The shared workspace industry continues to expand with famed London nightlife venue relaunching with a newly designed members club

Since it launched in 1991, Ministry of Sound has been one of the most celebrated nightclubs in U.K. history. The venue’s management team is now partnering with architecture and design practice Squire & Partners on a complete redesign that is set to welcome young creatives to work and play.

As well as desks, the space, in Elephant and Castle, south London, will boast an outdoor courtyard space, bar, restaurant, 36-seat cinema, production studios and a technology studio. This member’s club, named simply, “The Ministry,” aims to attract young talent that want a location that both inspires and encourages collaboration.

Set to open in July 2018, The Ministry will be a part of a plethora of new coworking spaces cropping up all over the capital. Look to chains WeWork and Second Home as prime examples, all signaling a time where the demand and supply for flexible working reaches peak.

Ministry of Sound Squire & Partners

Since it launched in 1991, Ministry of Sound has been one of the most celebrated nightclubs in U.K. history. The venue’s management team is now partnering with architecture and design practice Squire & Partners on a complete redesign that is set to welcome young creatives to work and play.

As well as desks, the space, in Elephant and Castle, south London, will boast an outdoor courtyard space, bar, restaurant, 36-seat cinema, production studios and a technology studio. This member’s club, named simply, “The Ministry,” aims to attract young talent that want a location that both inspires and encourages collaboration.