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Salty Commune is a distinctive work membership club and coworking space based in East London, just off Hackney Road and at a walking distance from Shoreditch.

We are dedicated to nonconformists in the creative sector, a unique ecosystem of anti-corporate freelancers and creative companies who share stories, ideas & products with one another.

Based in a deconsecrated church, you can come to do standout creative work away from dickheads, robots and everything else that makes the world feel like an Orwellian fever dream.

We are not just another soulless coworking space where gentrified decor meets industrial capitalism; there is no machinist ‘work-work-work’ mentality to be found here and you won’t be judged if you don’t have a 24/7 ‘can-do’ attitude.

This is your hallowed homestead away from home designed by the people who use it.

The Main Nave

This is the vivacious heart at the centre of Salty Commune. Our members park up at custom made, fully equipped desks to knuckle down or arse around; no judgement here. Featuring a stage that doubles as a breakout space (and usually a dog or two), our members make themselves at home to work, chat, collaborate and share ideas and musing on life and work and everything in between.

The Roof Terrace

Our rooftop was once a private member’s nightclub and the playful, mischievous energy of this past life is palpable. If the wooden swing doesn’t blow your mind, then just wait til you see our Orgy Room (don’t worry, it’s just what we call our highest, most secret meeting room). Summertime is gonna be SALTY AF!

Perky Bits

Our spooky gothic interiors will awe and dazzle your clients and visitors. Our gender neutral bathrooms on every level keep things simple and inclusive, not to mention some secret trap doors to keep you on your toes… but don’t just take our word for it: come and see our one of a kind hallowed homestead and make up your own mind for yourself.

Ideal Location

Upside: a stone’s throw from Hoxton, Haggerston and Shoreditch, close to great bars and speciality coffee shops, part of ’East End Independents’, a minute’s walk from a choice of supermarkets.
Downside: the closest Gregg’s, Pret and Starbucks are a twenty-minute walk away. Pity, hey?