‘Chatham Shedagogy’ seeks to bring a creative workspace and community gateway to Chatham. Situated on the town’s historic railway station, the proposal encompasses the philosophy of Men’s Sheds; non-profit local organisations that provide places for craftwork, individual projects, and social interaction. The building facilitates the harmony of workshop and market. Embracing the multigenerational learning aspect of Men’s Sheds, visitors can be mentored, learn new crafts, skills and techniques setting them up for a brighter future. The scheme embraces a craft integrated energy delivery system powered by steam and electricity.. Generated products are then sold at the Makers Market or distributed by electrified rail, achieving a sustainable circular economy.