Co-working has increased in popularity recently, with more workers seeking out interesting places to work effectively. Flexible working has revolutionised the work environment, with hybrid, or remote working, becoming the popular option for many.
Co-working spaces are great for workers to enjoy the benefits of flexibility but also social interaction. They are ideal for businesses that thrive off individuality and community—many are available in London. This article will provide you with our pick of the top 5 workspaces in London.
Uncommon is a co-working space with locations in London. They have a sustainable focus that aims to positively impact the climate and environment. Each site has excellent facilities with coffee and is fully equipped with fast WiFi and the latest technology to help with work. It has won several awards and has flexible options available for everyone.
Work. Life was founded in 2015 by David and Elliot to create intelligent workplaces, build productivity and improve working lives with happier and more engaged teams. They want to create satisfied, community-led workplaces for people to thrive. They have a range of options for groups of all sizes with 11 coworking spaces in various Manchester, London and Reading locations. It has over 6,000 members across every industry and a team of 50 people.
Market is a coworking space located in Peckham, southeast London. It is home to small businesses and freelancers who live in the local neighbourhood. It has a range of options offering hot desking, office spaces and studios but is also a restaurant, rooftop bar and a live music venue.
Market has a rooftop bar with a garden and a 360-degree view of London. The first floor is home to a Japanese noodle bar, Tonkotsu. The basement is run by Peckham Audio, who create band and club nights for residents to enjoy themselves. A range of shops is available on the ground floor.
ARC Club is a coworking space that helps work-life balance without building a life around a commute. It is designed to be community-based in the local neighbourhood with flexibility. It has different ways of working, from hot-desking to using it as a permanent base for work.
ARC Club members are from various backgrounds and industries who love to skill-share and share expertise. They also have various professional networking, creative workshops and neighbourhood events for opportunities to socialise and meet new people. They are based in Camberwell Green and Homerton but are looking to expand to other locations.
Second Home is a popular international coworking creative space in London, Los Angeles and Lisbon. It is suitable for entrepreneurs, innovators and social impact organisations.
It is a sustainable space with many plants and green energy used in its areas, creating a welcoming and comfortable environment. It offers cultural and wellness programmes for people to connect and socialise together. Various membership options are available, from hot desking to private office spaces. It also offers flexible, single-day passes for those who just want to drop by for the day.
Green House London
Green House London is a communal workspace for creative individuals, start-ups, and small businesses, boasting a huge number of benefits thanks to the range of flexible multi-purpose spaces on offer.
A hub for like-minded professionals with backgrounds in similar industries, the Greenhouse is one of the most accessible, friendly and forward-thinking places to work in London, and a great place to meet and collaborate with others.
There are many coworking spaces to choose from to suit every taste. Workspaces, where you can book on-demand with flexible options, are very useful as they give employees a choice over how and where they work.
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