Originally a Quaker hostel in the 1920s, Hoxton Works is a five story coworking space in the heart of Hoxton. The space offers 16 office units, meeting rooms, social areas and the opportunity to get some great business advice. There also some interesting events held at the space, including the upcoming a show calledTrial of The Mariner, which will address the destruction of our oceans and climate change, using art, dance, and music.
White Space Hoxton
WhiteSpace London is a stylish, airy and bright coworking space with plenty of natural light, creating a vibrant and professional place to work. Nicely decked out with modern furniture, provided by Swedish furniture designer Lammhults Möbel, the high ceilings, open spaces and "unbranded space" means a very agreeable work environment for the more discerning. Offering free meeting areas and flexible contracts, it's hard not to see the light when considering working at this lovely Hoxton space.
Different Desks shares their space with a digital production company in a coworking loft located on lively Scrutton Street. They are looking for like-minded coworkers and possible collaborators, primarily focused on programming, design, animation, film, copywriting (and the list goes on) to join their space. Different Desks has a more intimate feel, but can offer team space for up to six people, and has a kitchen and lounge area for meeting and breaks. Current regular users have been around a while, providing a fairly good testament to the quality of the work environment.
Here you will find a number of locations in and around Shoreditch, one being the coworking space at Shoreditch Stables, which has been popular with small team, and company relocations. This large renovated warehouse, hold a large creative group of coworkers and a light and airy atmosphere. Other coworking spaces can be found on Paul Street, Leonard Street and Commercial Street.