London is home to many fantastic smaller venues suitable for an intimate conference. We have compiled the following list, which contains some of the very best, to make your search a little easier and get you well on your way to a successful event.
Cloud and Horse Studio is a bright and contemporary event space. With its blank canvas feel and simple white wall finish, it can be easily adapted to suit a whole range of different occasions, from private dinner parties to corporate meetings with a difference. Though somewhat smaller in feel, the open space is still able to accommodate a generous 200 guests in total, meaning you needn’t have to cut back on the guest list. As for getting there, the nearest tube stations, Tottenham Hale and Seven Sisters, can both be reached in around 10 minutes on foot.
Interchange Triangle is one of the city’s newest offerings within the business world. With a unique and striking interior designed by Tom Dixon, it is an ideal co-working space for entrepreneurs and business start-ups to gather, hosting the likes of meetings, film shoots, away days, and of course, conferences. The glass walls flood the space with plenty of natural light, and also allow you to take in the charming views, whilst cleverly enhancing the feeling of space. In terms of capacity, there is ample room to accommodate up to 130 guests, who will no doubt make use of the close proximity to local transport links, which include Camden Town and Camden Road.
A new space specifically designed to cater to the city’s creatives and artisans, Clerkenwell London is a truly unique space that offers a series of curated experiences, whilst also being a retail sphere that showcases the work of exciting designers, and boasting a delicious menu in the restaurant and bar. This stylish venue is a fantastic space to unwind, establishing a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere that takes the fuss out of proceedings. The maximum capacity is 120, whilst the nearest transport link is Farringdon Underground, which can be reached within just 8 minutes.
Chiltern St Studio is an ex-night club which has been given a whole new lease of life as a multi-purpose, blank canvas event space. Split into 2 sections with interconnecting archways, there is more than 2500 square feet of floor space on offer in all, with the neutral finish making it easy to customise and make your own. Found on Clerkenwell Road, just a stone’s throw from Farringdon tube station, it’s also within a prime location, benefitting from the surrounding boutique hotels and great restaurants, with the area known for being a creative hub.
Another fantastic blank canvas offering, Noho Studios is one of the West End’s newest venues, serving as a highly flexible exhibition and multi-purpose events space. Though you are certainly able to put your own spin on the style and finish when it comes to the décor you choose, that’s not to say the venue is lacking in character, with brick archways and high ceilings bringing charm. Fully brandable frontage increases the level of customisation, whilst the 100 person capacity and location right between Oxford Circus and Goodge Street stations ensure it’s a very practical choice.