Considering the building comprises 76,000 sq. ft. in total, The Office Group have decided it doesn’t have to be all work. Working with architects Buckley Gray Yeoman, they have created co-working spaces and a lounge on the ground floor for members to work, collaborate, socialise and grow their business.
Attractive, red-brick building with twenty eight neutral, but unique private office suites so occupiers can be themselves. The building has recently been extensively restored and refurbished to an exceptional standard. Suites are elegantly furnished with artwork adorning the walls.
Once a music publishing house—which explains the sheet music and grand piano at the entrance—this London office space is now a tight-knit entrepreneurial community. The historic building is centrally located and retains much of its original charm, including the large bay windows and exposed brick walls.
Once home to the London College of Contemporary Arts, this London office space has long corridors lined with offices that call to mind an art gallery. The entire London coworking space, from the basement to the fifth floor, is dog-friendly and has a warm, relaxing vibe.