There’s A London Co-Working Space In A Former MI6 Headquarters

There’s A London Co-Working Space In A Former MI6 Headquarters

Working amongst the walls of London’s previous MI6 headquarters seem like pretty cool bragging rights, don’t they? Well, for the employees of tech-hub Public Hall, this chic and upscale workspace is both their office and one with a secret past.

The former nonchalant intelligence base in Westminister has been revamped into a trendy working capacity oozing with character. The office can fit up to 250 people, with Public Hall also boasting a dynamic bar and events area for trading secrets or networking with corporates alike. 

There’s A London Co-Working Space In A Former MI6 Headquarters

The traditional heritage interiors have been sustained to inspire the current design of the office, which draws on a contemporary classic feel seeking insight from the French Renaissance architectural movement. The design of the workspace was executed by Stella Concept design studio, who have created a space that exudes an amalgamation of historical interiors meets modern conception. 



There’s A London Co-Working Space In A Former MI6 Headquarters
There’s A London Co-Working Space In A Former MI6 Headquarters

Stella Concept ensured that the grand-essence of the space was maintained, adding a dash of the not too distant future into the mix of its design spread. The objective of the design team was to successfully merge a contemporary feel with elegance to create an ambience that will make employees feel both a sense of calm and an inspiration to create. 

The workspace comprises of a decadent library area, a number of meeting rooms, private workspaces and studios for employees who opt for a quiet work setting in blissful solitude.

There’s A London Co-Working Space In A Former MI6 Headquarters

Keen on giving this a go as your office? Renting a desk begins at just under AU$300 a month for 10 days – head to huckletree.com for more information.  

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