Where to go ‘out-out’ to work

What does the ‘next normal’ look like? For many, the days of heading to an office space from 9-5 is over as many creative businesses have taken the decision to close their HQs.

Though working from home may not have been the ideal scenario for many, we have had to adapt to a new (at home) working space quickly and effectively. Now that we are allowed back out against, what’s the next step? Like many, staring at the same four walls of your bedroom or living room can become quite uninspiring after day-120, so we’ve rounded up some of our favourite members clubs in the city where you’ll find us typing away, brainstorming and (re)connecting in the next upcoming months …

The Curtain, Shoreditch

The Curtain sits in the heart of Shoreditch, London’s most creative district. With a rooftop pool and lounge, 24-hour gym, treatment rooms and co-working space. The Curtain is all about growing a community of strong, talented individuals, striving to create a space where social connections, community and collaborations thrive”

AllBright, Mayfair

“Situated in the heart of Mayfair, the AllBright‘s second London Club is a majestic space on Maddox Street, a home-from-home with stunning interiors, extending over five floors and including two large roof terraces with views of the Mayfair rooftops. The Club also boasts a state-of-the-art fitness studio, a hair & beauty salon, wellness rooms offering a variety of treatments, communal work space and more …”

Soho House, White City

“With Houses all over the world, Soho House is for creative thinkers. Occupying part of the former BBC Television Centre building, White City House has a 19060s-style interiors and artwork that recalls classic British TV shows”

Home Grown, Marylebone

Home Grown is a members club for entrepreneurs, investors and business leaders. An exclusive membership club offering space for like-minded people to network, entertain and grow in beautiful surroundings. Encouraging connection, this is the opportunity to thrive, to inspire and be inspired by great thinkers and future leaders”

The Ministry, Southwark

The Ministry is a creative workspace with a gym, bar, café, terrace, cinema, sound studio and events space. Whether you’re in need of a desk to call your own, an office for your team or just a space to work or meet, they’ve got it all. Made for creatives by creatives”

Arboretum, Charing Cross

“London’s first environmentally friendly members club. The idea behind Arboretum is to soothe stressed-out Londoners through the healing power of plants. A new age independent members club and co-working space built to create a soothing space for stressed out Londoners to recharge while educating themselves about sustainability and the environment”

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