London’s new design district
Design District is a permanent home for the creative industries — 16 buildings by eight pioneering architects, one minute from North Greenwich Underground station. Rent a desk, a floor or an entire building for just £5 per sqft rent for the first 12 months and find a new way of working. With affordable spaces, comprehensive facilities and flexible leases, everything is designed to help creative Londoners thrive. Opening this Summer.
Blank canvas studios ready to make your own. From coding to carpentry, these spaces are designed for spreading out, thinking big and turning ideas into reality.
Turn up and get down to work knowing practicalities like cleaning and maintenance are taken care of. These studios mean more space and time for the important things.
Rent a building
Find the space your growing creative business needs in buildings designed by some of today’s most innovative architects.
The way we work is changing. A space that’s yours when you need it, with all the benefits of a fully-serviced studio plus extra flexibility.
SPACE TO CREATE
A 12-month across-the-board rent reduction to just £5 per sqft rent for every creative.
In the district
Rent a studio, a floor or an entire building. Choose a blank canvas to make your own or a kitted out space ready to go — with flexible tenancies designed to nurture growing teams.
Whether you need a 3D-printer or a sewing machine, a woodshop or a professional test kitchen, you’ll find all the tools, support and space necessary to bring your ideas to life in our dedicated workshops.
Book meeting rooms, events spaces or even a rooftop basketball court. More information coming soon.
The bustling heart of Design District — an airy, transparent structure, filled with plants and trees. Innovative and independent stalls serve up global fare to tenants, visitors and local residents.
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Video Celebrating women in leadership
This online event brings together two pioneering women, Alessandra Lariu co-founder of SheSays and Roz Barr founder of Roz Barr Architects. Each leaders in their own respective fields, they discuss challenges, working in male-dominated industries and leadership styles.