Launching a new product is all about making a great first impression, and as such, opting for a blank canvas setting that allows you to get everything just so can prove a very wise move.
Operated by a team well versed in running successful events, White Space is a high-spec, multi-purpose venue with 1500-square-feet of space spread between its two individual spaces. Top notch facilities include state-of-the-art integrated lighting and a PA system, making in-house production a far less daunting task, whilst additional handy extras include a designated bar area ideal for distributing refreshments and a technical back-of-house area, from where you can organise and run everything.
6 Fitzroy Square offers up two beautiful Georgian rooms designed by Robert Adam, with vast windows that flood the interior with natural light for a bright and airy feel. Upon request, you can also make use of the small onsite kitchen and store room, should you require them. Centrally located in the popular area of Fitzrovia, the venue overlooks its namesake square and sits within easy walking distance of both Great Portland Street and Warren Street stations.
Another of Fitzrovia’s best offerings that is also within easy reach of some of the city’s most vibrant areas, such as Soho and Oxford Street, 74A is a versatile space that has become highly sought-after by fashion labels and cutting-edge brands looking to organise launches and pop-up events. The split-level space boasts polished concrete flooring, boutique lighting, a catering kitchen and industrial details like the striking atrium ceiling which also serves to let in lots of light at street level.
Big Sky Studios has two main studio spaces on offer, with are linked via double doors, as well as five ancillary spaces that are ideal as prep areas away from the bustle of the launch itself. All-in-all, there is a total capacity on offer of a very generous 650, making it particularly well suited to large-scale events, and these many guests will be able to make good use of the close proximity to Caledonian Road tube station, which can be reached in less than 10 minutes.
Situated within a hub of buildings focussed on creativity, art and design, The Framers gallery is a unique exhibition space and blank canvas pop-up venue. It has four separate rooms which you can utilise, all of which are small in capacity yet ripe for transformation into the ideal space in which to introduce your new product to the world. As for getting there, the nearest rail links include Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Circus tube stations.
Though Warner Yard is neutral enough in its finish to function as an adaptable space, it is certainly not lacking when it comes to unique characterful touches. With a 6-metre-high vaulted space, exposed concrete flooring and extensive use of London stock engineering bricks for an authentic urban feel, there are bucket loads of charisma and potential to be found, ideal for helping to set the right tone for your event. Adding to the atmosphere, it is also somewhat intimate, with a capacity of just 80.