Business is often about being at the cutting edge of the latest trends, ideas and technology. There’s no reason to say why you shouldn’t take that one step further and also opt for the most innovative and contemporary venues when it comes to hosting conferences and other important corporate events.
Designed by the much celebrated Tom Dixon, Interchange Atrium has been produced with flexibility and modern eventing very much in mind. The striking aesthetic blends the very latest in cutting-edge style, with lots of glass, bold architectural choices, muted colours and a bright and airy atmosphere, alongside more characterful touches such as exposed brickwork, to ensure the spaces retain warmth and charm. Suitable for a myriad of different events, your every need should be met by the in-house facilities, whilst the good local transport options keep you and your guests well connected to the wider city.
Almost entirely white in its finish, West Central Studio functions ideally as a blank canvas, being the perfect offering for those of you looking to get creative and put your own stamp on the interior, or those who simply require a neutral, ultra-contemporary space. With a capacity of just 50, it’s well suited to smaller, more intimate conferences where you can afford the time to bring a more personal touch to the day. Blackout and daylight options are available, whilst the central location of the building means you are within easy reach of the likes of Holborn and Covent Garden tube stops.
Another wonderful offering courtesy of Tom Dixon, Interchange Triangle is a co-working venue and designated business space with practicality for creative start-ups and entrepreneurs at the core of its design. Visually striking, one of its best features is undoubtedly the glass walls, flooding the main space with natural light whilst offering guests a lovely view out across the city. With several individual rooms and areas ideal for breakaways, it’s a venue with lots of potential, found in the heart of Camden, mere minutes from Camden Town station.
Specialising in events with a city of urban theme, The Urban Innovation Centre in Clerkenwell is ideal for businesses based in and focussed on London. Though a relative newcomer to the city’s events scene, having first opened in March 2015, they have already hosted over 160 events, welcoming more than 4000 guests in total. These events have included workshops, product launches, staff away days and networking sessions, making the most of the 3 separate spaces, The Workshop, The Auditorium and The Café, all of which are flexible and modern.
Wardour Street Gallery is first and foremost an art gallery, ideal for exhibitions but also playing host to everything from popups and parties to press days and dinners. With ample space for up to 500 people for a standing reception or 100 for a seated event, this Soho based venue has plenty of potential when it comes to the guest list. The high ceilings, reflective black floor, thoroughly modern architecture and good sized windows all enhance the contemporary feel of the space, whilst the selection of great nearby transport links make it easily reached from the length and breadth of the capital.
White Space is a fantastic blank canvas that has been transformed to suit many different styles already. There are 2 separate spaces which you can utilise, which come complete with an integrated lighting and PA system, as well as full support from the experienced in-house team who are well versed in running a successful event. Handy extras include a designated bar area and a back of house technical area. White Space is also offering a very exclusive deal through Canvas, where you can get a 20% discount and free glass of bubbly if your reservation is secured by July 2016, so get booking now!