Set in a six-storey Art Deco building in the heart of Fitzrovia, Mortimer House brings beautifully designed work, social and wellbeing spaces together under one roof. With hospitality at its core, Mortimer House is a stimulating place for our members to collaborate, create and unwind — as well as feel at home.
Mortimer House is home to an array of workspaces — fully furnished and intuitively designed — to suit all needs. There are Private Studies for teams working together and Dedicated Desks for individuals, and communal spaces such as the Living Room & Den and the Loft.
Members have access to a range of flexible meeting spaces, taking care of everything from casual business coffees to private presentations and screenings. Each dedicated meeting room has state of the art tech alongside homespun touches and the option of ‘room service’. There are also flexible event spaces which can be hired privately, whether for your brand launch or a birthday celebration.
On our all day menus, honest Italian cooking takes inspiration from the Middle East via the Mediterranean. From breakfast to cocktails, delicious food and drink is available in the Living Room & Den, the Rooftop Bar & Terrace and provides ‘room service’ for wherever you might be in the house. Our neighbourhood restaurant, Mortimer House Kitchen sits on the ground floor and has a private dining space.
Mortimer House offers a fully equipped gym and studio so members can exercise body, mind and spirit in comfort. A diverse roster of classes including Yoga, Pilates and TRX can be booked alongside private training sessions.
Culture & Happenings
If you thought print was dead, prepare to think again. Join us on the 14th of May for our first magazine fair. Presented in association with our friends at Stack magazines, independent titles such as Paperboy, Delayed Gratification and The Modernist are among those who will be in residence for a day of talks and celebration of all things print.
Returning to our Rooftop Bar on the 26th of May, After Hours is Mortimer House’s official members’ event. Fresh from Dalston Superstore, Tafkanik will be at the DJ station bringing the sounds of East London to our sunny roof terrace. Bring your friends and wind down with two hours of complimentary drinks as we take in the sweeping sunset views across the London skyline.
It’s been 19 years since Monica Ali was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize with the renowned novel, Brick Lane and now she’s released another instant best-seller, Love Marriage. This intimate conversation, hosted by The Trouble Club on the 2nd of June, is sure to be a fascinating insight into one of Britain’s most talked about literary voices.