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So, a working-from-London-cafes old-timer, I’ve come up with a few of the best at the moment in north, east, south, west and central.
Brunswick House, Vauxhall
TimberYard, Soho / Seven Dials
Two cafes full of fellow laptop gazers, the two TY locations can get a little cramped. The coffee and food
The Koppel Project
A minimal exhibition space in the Baker Street area, the creative hub brings together art galleries, studios and Phaidon publisher’s bookshop. The very good direct trade coffee makes the work day a little sweeter, too.
Tate Modern, South Bank
Lots of space, air and a peaceful atmosphere located on the river. What better? There are several cafes as well as public places to sit in the new building. (And strong internet).
Look Mum No Hands, Old Street
A bike cafe for like-minded cyclists to come together; ergo a space that hosts a lot of east London freelancers. Bingo!
It’s important to keep your roaming office fresh. Thinking of new joints with a big load of work to be getting on with can be stressful so I hope this helps. Looking forward to some new space inspiration soon…
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