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12 Cool Discussion Spaces in London

by Harry Prince,

12 March 2021

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Problems, we’ve all had them. One way to fight them is with collective-creative techniques, otherwise known as a good team chat.

Alex Faickney Osborn popularised the term brainstorming in his 1957 book Applied Imagination. The book was inspired by his time in advertising on the famed Madison Avenue. Yes, Mad Men fans – we see you paying attention now!

Productive sessions start with the right venue. And they’re all different, from essential amenities and the right style to the perfect area of the city. The onus on us is to find the best discussion spaces in London; the onus is on you to choose the one that’s right for you.

We’ve got 12 absolute doozies here, so by the end of it, all you’ll need is a problem to solve.

Brainstorming Rooms

London

1) Large Open Loft with Industrial Accents

Large Open Loft with Industrial Accents
Large Open Loft with Industrial Accents via Spacehuntr

This is the large open loft you always fantasised about living in. Treat yourself. If you can’t live in it, at least you and your colleagues can have a day here.

It’s been styled with lounging energy, with deep cushions and velvet chairs and sofas. Homely carpets, light fixtures and furnishings invoke a trendy and wholesome atmosphere.

Like the best loft spaces, this venue has different levels. A raised kitchen and kitchen bar that overlooks the venue is the case in point. The breakout rooms are a great asset too.

And it’s always nice to be in Southwark, in the heart of the city. Yes, the public transport options are phenomenal, but what’s better is the freedom to walk the streets and see the best of the Thames and London.

 

2) Modern Urban Room 

Modern Urban Room
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For those with a penchant for history, this discussion space in London is a former Victorian print-works. What makes it all the more special, is that it retains many of its original features.

You’ll love the shiny wooden floors, the precious natural light, and modern blue velvet chairs.

It’s located in the area of Borough, which means you’ll have the river Thames, Borough Market, and buildings like the Shard right on your doorstep.

This discussion space is of a modest size, with a capacity of 10 people. The room also has a flat-screen TV, a conference phone, a flip chart, a whiteboard and strong WiFi.

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3) Super Slick Neon Discussion Space

Super Slick Neon Discussion Space in London
Super Slick Neon Discussion Space in London via Spacehuntr

What makes a cool area, you ask? Cool spaces make a cool area. And Soho is really cool. This is one of the spaces that make it so special.

It’s outrageously chic with a bold neon aesthetic at work. You’ll see a happy band of pink, as well as dark wood, carpet, and velvet features that are trendy as hell!

This super-slick neon discussion room is intimate, with a capacity of 6 people.

It’s beautifully equipped with an Apple TV, a wireless screen sharing, a whiteboard and a conference phone. There’s also available unlimited coffee and tea and well as some snacks.

 

4) Cool Green Room for Small Gatherings

Cool Green Room for Small Gatherings
Cool Green Room for Small Gatherings via Spacehuntr

The ‘70s get a bad rep when it comes to interior design. And granted, a lot of the stuff from back then hasn’t aged well. Take the collaboration of mint green and avocado. It’s a colour we don’t really see anymore. But this cool little meeting room wears it proudly, and it works!

But don’t be confused. This venue is still very contemporary, with classy white masonry walls, clean, modern furnishings, and gentle notes of pastel colours.

This discussion space in London includes a flat-screen TV, high-speed WiFi as well as water and coffee. Moreover, the location has a cool kitchen you should make use of.

The ace up this event venue’s sleeve is the rooftop terrace. The views are stunning, with some of London’s proudest landmarks in sight, like the Gherkin and the shard. The venue’s capacity is 7 people, so those views just got more exclusive.

 

5) Traditional Discussion Space with a Trendy Design 

Traditional Discussion Space with a Trendy Design
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Treat your coworkers to the importance of a London barrister in this traditional meeting room.

There is some gorgeous polished wood panelling on show, an emerald green carpet, and an array of law books that will lift the power of your words.

Its central location adds to its illustriousness, near Charles Dickens Museum and The Foundling Museum.

Amenity-wise, an HD LED TV, an excellent WiFi connection and a flip chart are at your disposal. Other services, including catering, can be requested as add-ons.

It’s quite a spacious venue, with a capacity of 14 people in a boardroom and 24 in a theatre capacity.

 

6) Rustic and Sustainable Studio with a Chic Twist 

Rustic and Sustainable Studio with a Chic Twist
Rustic and Sustainable Studio with a Chic Twist via Spacehuntr

Located within walking distance of Old Street underground station is a discussion space in London whose wonder makes you forget about any uniformity in corporate event venues. Exposed brick, reclaimed oak flooring, frosty white walls; it’s magical.

In essence, it’s a trendy person’s home that has been repurposed as a corporate event space. And what a fortunate turn of events that has been.

You’ll have an elegant modular kitchen, a dining area, and two stylish rooms for you to storm your collective brains for gold. Furthermore, there is a high-speed WiFi connection, a projector, and a flat screen TV. You’ll also be happy to know there’s complimentary tea and coffee at your disposal.

 

7) Sleek Green Discussion Space in London

Sleek Green Discussion Space in London
Sleek Green Discussion Space in London via Spacehuntr

What you’ll love about this place is its on-site coffee and drinks bar, beautiful communal area, unique outdoor courtyard, and options of different discussion spaces.

The whole venue is defined by its playful plant and flower arrangements, as well as some interesting light fixtures.

It’s located in North London, with excellent transport options for you to explore the north of the city or get about the rest of the city. The meeting rooms have a capacity of 10 people.

 

8) ‘60s Inspired Library Space

‘60s Inspired Library Space
‘60s Inspired Library Space via Spacehuntr

What is better than the ‘60s? Something that has been inspired by the ‘60s! The beauty of now is we have the best of the past combined with the life-changing tech of today.

That’s why this ‘60s library inspired discussion space is so special. It appeals to our nostalgic sensibilities. And then it’s equipped with a 50″ Plasma Screen and fast WiFi. In-room tea and coffee, as well as additional catering, can be provided upon request.

It has a boardroom capacity of 20 people, which is pretty big. Thankfully it’s not actually a library, so you don’t have to worry about keeping too quiet!

 

9) Stylish Meeting Room in London

Stylish Meeting Rooms in London
Stylish Meeting Room in London via Spacehuntr

If you’re looking for a renaissance venue, as in, a place that can do it all, then this is it. And by all, we mean things like discussions, photo shoots, workshops, meetings, private dining and after-work options. It’s got a kitchen with great catering options too.

The redesign is magnificent. You could never guess it’s warehouse past. The structure remains, but it’s grown into a colourful and quirky hub. Because, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

The location is a dream too. It’s a stone’s throw away from the delectably cool Broadway Market.

 

10 ) Modern Discussion Space with an Urban Twist 

Modern Workspace with an Urban Twist
Modern Workspace with an Urban Twist via Spacehuntr

Sometimes, there’s a tendency for things to be over complicated. If you’re looking for a place that is a model of simplicity, this is the fella!

It’s perfect for small business gatherings. The furniture is a pleasant throwback and a communal feeling is alive and well.

Coffee is their speciality. So get excited about your caffeine fix here. Their stylish coffee bar is open for you and your guests. Additionally, you’ll have a locally sourced catering service and great WiFi.

This discussion space is located close to Brixton station. Brixton is a famed area adored for its great music scene, liveliness, street food, and multiculturalism.

 

11) Retro Discussion Space in Holborn

Spacious Discussion Space with Retro look in Holborn
Retro Discussion Space in Holborn via Spacehuntr

We imagine that this is what a retro millionaire’s private boardroom would look like. What we love about this discussion space is the crisp, clear colours.

It’s spacious, allowing for 16 guests, and you can find it in the bourgeois streets of Holborn. This is the kind of area that is perfect for brainstorming the most luxurious of products.

What’s more, this venue is also an ideal backdrop for private dining events in London. They have a great catering service up and running at all times. Amenity-wise, you have an excellent WiFi connection, a TV screen and flip charts.

 

12) Charming and Purpose Built Studio for Creative Encounters 

Charming and Purpose Built Studio for Creative Encounters
Charming and Purpose Built Studio for Creative Encounters via Spacehuntr

If you’re looking for a renaissance venue, as in, a place that can do it all, then this is it. And by all, we mean things like brainstorming sessions, photo shoots, workshops, meetings, private dining and after-works. It’s got a kitchen with great catering options too.

The redesign is magnificent. You could never guess it’s warehouse past. The structure remains, but it’s grown into a colourful and quirky hub. Because, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.

The location is a dream too. It’s a stone’s throw away from the delectably cool Broadway Market.

 

Wrapping up

We were only joking when we said all you need now is a problem. But after seeing all these cool discussion spaces in London, the problem now is the need for a problem. Ha, isn’t language fun?

 

Featured image: Charming and Purpose Built Studio for Creative Encounters via Spacehuntr 

 

 

 

 

 

Harry Prince
Harry Prince

Creative Content Manager who sings to his dog.

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