London’s Coolest Co-Working Spaces |
Whether you’re on the hunt for a permanent desk for one or need to find a flexible spot to work from once or twice a week, London’s co-working culture now offers more options than ever. From offices with childcare facilities to meditation lounges, here’s where to hit that deadline in style.
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Soho Works, Shoreditch

Soho Works is an international network of round-the-clock workspaces from Soho House & Co, designed and equipped to support a membership of individuals and businesses in the creative industries. In Shoreditch’s iconic Tea Building, the London outpost comprises a stylish 16,000sq ft workspace for individuals and small businesses. On-site facilities include an all-day café and bar, members’ kitchen, bookable meeting rooms, phone booths for private calls, break-out spaces, free printers, a library and reading room, roof terrace, showers and lockers, plus a workshop with crafts, tools and a 3D printer. There’s also direct access to Shoreditch House for existing members.

56 Shoreditch High Street, Shoreditch, E1 6JJ


The Ministry, Southwark

The Ministry is a new private members' club and workspace for those in creative industries. Located in Elephant & Castle, the club has taken an old Victorian printworks and created an environment for artistic and original thinkers. Two floors of private members club space sit below four floors of co-working offices and desks. Membership includes private, open or fixed-desk options, private phone booths, automatic private club membership, break-out spaces, a kitchen, bike racks, lockers and showers. The club offers 24-hour access, seven days a week. We also hear there’s a tequila bar in the toilets – and it’s dog friendly.

79-81 Borough Road, Elephant & Castle, SE1 1DN


Mortimer House, Fitzrovia

Housed in a majestic six-floor Art Deco building in Fitzrovia, Mortimer House provides an experience for those who wish to create, work and unwind in equal measure. The intuitively designed team offices, meeting rooms, event spaces, living room and terrace meld mid-century design touches with the classicism of the original building. The venue is home to ground-floor restaurant Mortimer House Kitchen, which is open to the public and serves Mediterranean cuisine. The club’s key point of difference is wellness. As a member, you’ll have exclusive access to a revolving programme of classes, including yoga, HIIT, reformer pilates and TRX. There’s also a gym and meditation room.

37 Mortimer Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 3JH


The Allbright, Fitzrovia

The AllBright is a women-only members’ club within a five-floor Georgian townhouse which opened on Rathbone Place last year. Launched by former Hearst CEO Anna Jones and ex-CEO of home-sharing platform Love Home Swap, Debbie Wosskow, The AllBright started life as an enterprise to educate, invest in and support female-led businesses. Now its concept has metamorphosed into a tangible bricks-and-mortar hub, with another on its way later this year. Billed as “a members’ club for working women,” the club aims to attract a clientele of female entrepreneurs, executives, creatives and consultants across all industries. Members have access to desks and meeting spaces, events, talks, exhibitions, debates and networking meet-ups, as well as the bar and treatment rooms.

11 Rathbone Place, Bloomsbury, W1T 1HR


Central Working, Farringdon

We’re big fans of of Central Working’s London spaces, but our favourite has to be its Farringdon office, which is partnered up with The Zetter Hotel. With plenty of natural light and a luxurious private office for up to 18 people, this is a great place to drop in with clients. The club describes itself as having a private members club feel which doesn’t feel too corporate: there’s a great outdoor area, 24-hour access to the hotel’s bar and a on-site café and restaurant. The location’s great too: in just five minutes and you’ll find yourself either at Farringdon tube or Exmouth Market and its selection of renowned restaurants.

86-88 Clerkenwell Road, Farringdon, EC1M 5RJ


Uncommon, Liverpool Street

Uncommon was created to help increase levels of productivity in a considered environment – making it the ideal spot for freelancers, entrepreneurs and start-ups. There are four spaces in Highbury & Islington, Borough, Fulham, plus its just-launched venue in bustling Liverpool Street. The team believes the days of novelty offices are over. Here, interiors draw inspiration from Scandinavian design with a combination of economic furniture plus rich textures and tonal colours to stimulate focus and maintain levels of calmness. Living greenery is central to its wellness strategy, planted in the work spaces to provide a healthier environment for the mind and body.

34-37 Liverpool Street, City, EC2M 7PP


Huckletree West, White City

Huckletree West calls itself a ‘workspace accelerator’ for tech businesses, entrepreneurs and corporate innovation teams across media, fashion and design industries. Based in White City Place’s new campus alongside YNAP, ITV and OneWeb, it’s a creative space designed to maximise productivity. Around 40% of the venue is dedicated breakout space for collaboration and chilling out, with a no-tech Meditation Yurt, sunken seating zone and podcasting booth. Balancing running a business and childcare? There’s an in-house ‘Kids Studio’ designed for working parents. Members can opt for a private studio, get settled in resident desks, or choose to keep it flexible with a shared workspace.

Mediaworks, 191 Wood Lane, White City, W12 7FP


WeWork, Various Locations

WeWork creates modern working environments, from desks to offices and entire headquarters. Whether you’re after a dedicated desk in an enclosed area or a hot desk in a lively common space, here you'll have access to a range of premium facilities. Of the 47 –and counting – London offices, we like 21 Soho Square: situated in an iconic building on Soho Square, all eight floors have been transformed into an elevated co-working space, with art-filled lounges, collaborative conference rooms and sleek private offices. There’s also an outdoor terrace – perfect for networking with fellow freelancers.

In 47 locations across London


The Clubhouse, Various Locations

The Clubhouse was founded in 2012 by Adam Blaskey who was frustrated with meeting important clients in uninspiring, unproductive places around London. This ignited an idea to fill the gap between a co-working space and meeting in hotel lobbies, members clubs or coffee shops. The Clubhouse’s three sites offer hot desks and ‘touchdown’ spaces for members as a base to work from between meetings, to finish off presentations and to work at on an ad-hoc basis. The business lounges and meeting areas are ideal for informal meetings. Membership includes access for two guests at any one time, plus WiFi, refreshments, fresh fruit, tea and Nespresso coffee.

Locations in Bank, Mayfair, St Jamess and Holborn


The Greenhouse, Various Locations

The Greenhouse now has six locations across north London, each providing flexible and affordable co-working membership plans that grow with your business. Stress-free, monthly rolling contracts makes this an ideal spot for those those who work part time or who don't spend all their time in the office. For £150 per month, users can take over a desk for 20 hours per week, while those who need a desk to call their own can have their own spot, fully equipped with lockable storage, space for multiple screens and unlimited access to meeting rooms.

In six locations across London



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