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  • 2 Minute Read
  • 22nd September 2017

10 of the UK’s most unique offices

For many, the office is like a second home - people spend more time at work than anywhere else during daylight hours. Thankfully, offices aren’t the soulless, beige capsules they were 10 years ago. Office space providers are striving to make their spaces as inviting, creative and exciting as possible.

Employers are recognising the need to inhabit these working environments in order to secure the very best talent for their business. For potential employees, where you work is becoming just as important as what you’ll be doing there.

Every one of the properties below brings something unexpected to the meeting room table…

1. DeskLodge, Bristol

The UK’s tech hub - or Bristol, as it is more formally known - is famous for its individuality, and this serviced office certainly offers something different. Features include picket fences, grass, water features and themed work booths like the ones below.

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2. The Brew, Old Street London

Another product of its environment, this coworking space near Shoreditch is a great fit for creatives types. Graffiti covers the walls and occupiers can treat themselves to an artisan coffee (or beer) at the on-site cafe.

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3. The Office Group, Shoreditch London

A mix of contemporary and old-fashioned, this workspace in London’s trendy Shoreditch district is a tribute to the architecture of the area’s 18th century furniture and printing trade. The building hosts impressive meeting rooms, a roof terrace, and the exterior is pretty cool too!

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4. i2, Aldgate London

The views speak for themselves.

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5. One Avenue Group, Aldgate London

Flexible workspace provider One Avenue Group is known for creating boutique spaces that incorporate stunning designs. Our second City Fringe listing uses light creatively to wow visitors stepping into reception.

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6. Cubix Future Workspace, Luton

Clean, minimalist, and futuristic in feel. Welcome to Cubix in Luton, where occupiers scoot instead of walk, exchange ideas with fellow ‘club’ members and hot-desk in the dedicated coworking area.

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7. Warlies Park House, Waltham Abbey

Let’s leave the city for a mo, for there are plenty of awe-inspiring office spaces in the countryside too. Check out this magnificent listed mansion, the interior of which has been converted into office space It comes with its own grounds and golf course.

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8. The Custard Factory, Birmingham

This office space is arguably one of the coolest in the West Midlands, as much for its heritage as its for its quirky interior design. The former Bird’s custard factory is now home to over 500 digital businesses and hosts regular events for creative types.

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9. Halkin, Mayfair London

You’d be forgiven for mistaking this office space for an art gallery on first glance. Halkin has partnered up with the Mayfair-based Rose & King Gallery to adorn their serviced offices with a range of rotating artworks past and present.

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10. Office Space in Town, Waterloo London

Take a trip down the rabbit hole at this Alice in Wonderland themed workspace, close to Waterloo and Southwark stations. Chat to Alice at reception and host a mad hatter’s tea party in one of the many themed meeting rooms.

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Search Office Space understand that every business is looking for an office that suits their needs and their culture. Our team can help find the perfect space for you by using our network of over 10,000 workspaces.

To view any of the above properties in person, or to find out rental prices per desk, contact Search Office Space today.