Welcome to a unique and extraordinary new workspace in one of London’s most iconic buildings, as essential a part of British culture as the red telephone box - which was also designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. The twin chimneys of Battersea Power Station have featured on album covers and in films by Hitchcock and The Beatles. Now you can be energized by its visionary regeneration into a creative powerhouse, with offices alongside boutiques, bistros and a chic hotel, as well as an auditorium, cinemas, galleries, a street food market and a six-acre riverside park. You’ll work alongside Apple’s new HQ, in the Engine Room overlooking the original turbine halls. The main club is a sight to behold with double height ceilings, balconies, a captivating bar and stunning views over the main entrance to the power station. With a beautiful blend of Art Deco and industrialism, eclectic design and state-of-the-art technology, this a place for dreams to come true.
Around and about No18 Battersea Power Station
Situated in Nine Elms on the south bank of the Thames, the huge Grade II-listed building contains everything you might need, from bistros and boutiques to live performances and galleries. Venture a little further and there’s even more to discover in this vibrant part of London. It’s just a five-minute riverside walk to Battersea Park while nearby cultural highlights include Pump House Art Gallery and the Royal Opera House. Dining and accommodation options include Pear Tree Café, Fiume Italian Restaurant and Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel & SPA. You’re a short walk from bus terminals while Battersea Park train station is 11 minutes away. Arrive by boat at Battersea Power Station Pier Ferry Terminal or hop on the Tube from the new Northern Line Zone 1 stop within the building.