Desk Spaces available at Hidden Art

Updated 6 March 2013

Hidden Art, Shoreditch Stables, Ground Floor rear, 138 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8DY

Front of Shoreditch Stables

Hidden Art is renting out desk spaces on a permanent basis or Pay As You Go basis at its premises in Shoreditch.  We are in the Silicon Roundabout area, located 3 minutes from the Hoxton Overground, in the old Horse Stables next to the Geffrye Museum.

It suits businesses working in the design sector, such as product designers, the product oriented technology sector, developers, consultants and others working in the sector, or those that offer complementary services to the sector.

There are several areas where you can sit and meet. There is also a separate meeting room in case you would need a private space. The total area of the premises is approx. 2,050 sq f t / 191 sq m.

Hidden Art seating area – view to courtyard with bike racks

Hidden Art separate meeting room

The package includes the following:

Permanent Desk Space
D
esk – 1.20 x 0.80 metre               £260 + VAT per month

Hidden Art – view on permanent desk space area



24/7 access
Fixed Desk and additional storage space
WIFI
Subsidized use of meeting room – £10 +VAT per hour
Use of kitchen, microwave, limited use of fridge etc
Free tea and coffee
Eligible to promote your business on the Hidden Art website www.hiddenart.com where relevant
Monthly e-newsletter with updates on opportunities
Opportunity to rent exhibition display (for a fee)

Pay as you Go Hot desking
£25 per day – you can pay in advance for a specific number of days which you can top up when needed.

Access between 9.30-5.30  excluding holiday periods
You can choose from any desks that are available in the library area or elsewhere
WIFI
Use of meeting room – £15 +VAT per hour
Use of kitchen, microwave, limited use of fridge etc.
Free tea and coffee.
Eligible to promote your business on the Hidden Art website www.hiddenart.com where relevant
Monthly e-newsletter with updates on opportunities
Opportunity to rent exhibition display (for a fee)

Hidden Art – one of the flexible desk space areas.

flexible hot desking area

Not included for either permanent or Pay as You Go
Telephone
Printing
Photocopying
Computer (although it can be discussed for those with a permanent desk space )

If you are interested in finding out more or arrange a viewing, please email dieneke@hiddenart.co.uk  . The next step will be to sign up as a Hidden Art member. This is free.

Hidden Art kitchen

HiHidden ArtView to the Kitchen – In front one of the storage areas.

LOCATION
The property is located on the east side of Kingsland Road next to the Geffrye Museum, near the Silicon Roundabout and close to the City of London. Since this area underwent developments in the 1990’s a variety of great restaurants, cafes, bars and art venues have opened close to the property.

TRANSPORT
Hoxton Station is situated just behind the property, making for speedy connections to the East End, Docklands and South London on the new East London line. Several buses go to Old Street Station , making the rest of London easily accessible on the Northern line. Liverpool Street Rail and Underground stations are also only a short bus ride away. There are bus stops right outside the property, on Kingsland Road, offering easy and fast access to the premises. There are parking meters on Pearson Street or surrounding areas.

AMENITIES
The space is well lit and benefits from a spacious open plan layout for all the desks. In addition to this there is a private meeting room, two WC’s, large kitchen, full GCH. By being on the ground floor, the property has the convenience of having two entrances, one via the secure main gate and through the court yard, and the back door leading to Pearson Street.

The building is Georgian and was originally built as a stable block, housing the horses that powered the tram-cars of the North Metropolitan Tramways. The space was refurbished to a high standard in 2000/03, converting it to commercial and residential properties. The building’s Architects decided to leave the bricks and some of its period features like tiles and drains exposed. It is a unique space with character and charm.

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