The Incubator at Sasaki resides within a historic brick mill building on the Charles River. It once housed Hollingsworth & Whitney Paper Company, a paper bag factory whose innovations helped give rise to the modern paper bag and Lewando’s French Dyers and Cleaners, one of the largest laundries in the country by the late 1800s. The spirit of creative production and an active making and fabrication practice continue to percolate under these wooden beams.
The design of the Incubator picks up on elements of this long tradition of creative process, innovation, design, and production in the hopes that anyone who enters will be inspired to join in the messiness and reward of creating 21st century outputs for contemporary challenges.
Sasaki Foundation is the curator of the Incubator at Sasaki and is inviting external researchers and project teams to work in the space. See https://www.sasakifoundation.org/call-for-proposals/ and follow on twitter at @sasakiincubator
DEDICATED SPACE - Permanent desk with secure overnight storage, 12 Hours/month of conference room access, Concierge Services: guest reception, mail delivery
FULL-TIME SHARED SPACE - Guaranteed desk space, 8 Hours/month of conference room access, Day Locker
PART-TIME SHARED SPACE - Guaranteed desk space 7 days/month, 4 Hours/month of Conference room access, Day Locker
All tiers include: access from 8:30AM-5:30PM; use of kitchen, lounge space, and huddle rooms; printing and copying; bike racks and access to several local bus lines.