Courtesy The Wing

All-women coworking space The Wing is opening its first London outpost in September, taking over a five-storey townhouse in Fitzrovia.

It offers a few extras not found in most shared offices, including a tea room, beauty room, roof terrace with chequerboard grass, and a portrait gallery dedicated to key women from history.

The interiors of the women’s coworking space play on tradition, with black and white floor tiles in the lobby, and patterned wallpaper and chintzy seating in the beauty bar. There’s no shortage of Insta-friendly details either, including millennial pink armchairs and tables, strategically placed plantlife, and a wall-length bookshelf organised in rainbow colours.

The London coworking space is The Wing’s ninth location and follows on from its first space in New York, as well as hubs in LA, San Francisco and Chicago. It’s currently taking applications for members.

The ladies library. Courtesy The Wing
The beauty room. Courtesy The Wing
Perch cafe. Courtesy The Wing
Perch cafe. Courtesy The Wing

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