When Free To Feed based its cooking faculty in 2015, they didn’t have a kitchen. Borrowing from cafes after hours they based the not-for-profit social enterprise to assist get their organisation off the bottom. Six years later, and the Free To Feed group have simply put the ending touches on a spectacular new house in Fitzroy North to host occasions, cooking experiences, artistic workshops, hospitality coaching applications and extra!
This lofty new house options authentic timber beams and terrazzo tiled flooring, in addition to loads of items introduced in from native designers and artists (due to the styling group at Made Rupert). Unfold out over 800sqm, it’d simply be large enough to carry the epic desires and concepts coming from the Free To Feed neighborhood.
We chatted with founder Loretta Bolotin to listen to a bit extra about the way it got here to life.