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Artist studios for only £1psf/month. 
Gorgeous co-working desks from only £40pm.
Captivating creative activation of empty shops.
  • Our innovative workspaces are significantly below market rents, affordable to freelancers and provide a vital lift-up to cultural and social organisations, entrepreneurs and SME businesses
  • Our base rate for creative/artist studios is £12PSF/year all inclusive
  • Desk-based memberships start from £40pm – a Fixed Desk at any of our workspaces is only £120pm all inc
  • Workspaces furnished and improved with bespoke furniture made from upcycled local construction off-cuts

PopHub Leicester Square – 2018 to present

Launched in 2018, PopHub is home to over 100 members and is one of London's most affordable creative workspaces, with desk-based memberships from only £40pm all inc, and studios from only £12PSF.  PopHub is a model of sustainability and ethical vacant property use. Our desks were handmade using upcycled wood-waste from local construction projects, with high quality furniture donated from local businesses. Recently awarded the Mayors' Workspace Accreditation, PopHub is supported by Westminster City Council. Fibre internet sponsored by Community Fibre.

Webpage: PopHub Leicester Square

Church Street Studios – 2021 to present

The formerly vacant first floor offices at 382-386 Edgware Road, fronting onto the bustling Church Street Market, were leased to us by Westminster City Council in April 2021 for interim use prior to redevelopment. Our partners The Wept Project (Women Empowerment Project & Training) took occupancy of the East Wing to run their acclaimed series of workshops and classes in tailoring and fashion design, and managing the six artist studios in the large West Wing, comprising visual artists and fashion and textile designers. At £1psf per month all inclusive, Church Street Studios is one of the most affordable artist studios in the whole of London.

George Street Studios – 2016-2017

Our first project, George Street Studios popped up in an end-of-life block scheduled for redevelopment, owned by The Portman Estate. George Street had ten studios with a mix of users from fashion, textile and arts industries. The project ran 2016-2017.

Webpage: George Street Studios

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