The Bread Box UAL alumna presentation #DMAW16

The bread Box is a mobile bakery run by sister-duo Stella and Louisa Harrison. Born and raised in Germany, both sisters were determined to keep their German breakfast traditions alive when they moved to London just over a decade ago, despite the lack of readily available German bakeries. So the two entrepreneurial girls started making their own bread and soon decided it was time to share their love for baking and the German bakery tradition with their new home town – London.

Filmed and edited by Kai Lutterodt

The Bread Box was set up last year and is making it’s way around London. Co-founder Louisa – an alumna of University of the Arts London, supplied us with samples of her treats during the Student+Alumni Presentation and Networking Evening on Friday 22nd April. Part of Diversity Matters Awareness Week #DMAW16

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Find out more www.The-Bread-Box.com
Instagram: eatatthebreadbox
Facebook: The Bread Box

More videos, pictures and reviews from Diversity Matters Awareness Week (#DMAW16) to come to the blog! In the meantime, keep an eye out on our Facebook page and YouTube Channel!

Please fill out the IBM survey CLICK HERE AND our Diversity Matters Awareness Week feedback form (leave your email so we send you your voucher direct to your inbox) CLICK HERE.

Keep an eye out for the next Student+Alumni presentation evening and networking on the 3rd June at London College of Communication (LCC). Open to all LCC/UAL students and Alumni. Get up to 10mins to present your works, projects and collaborations! To RSVP head to our bookings page and scroll down =>> www.diversity-matters.org.uk/event-bookings/

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AGRUPA Open Call for Art Works promoting diversity at UAL

 

 

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