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OSiT Monument, London, UK

Co-working space provider OSiT calls its Monument centre something of a flagship – quite literally due to its nautical theme.

Visitors can cast off on their next voyage from the moment they step into the reception area, with its ship’s propellers floating over the front desk. OSiT clients and their guests can also enjoy the luxury of a Sunseeker yacht from the comfort of the lounges, which come complete with floor-to-ceiling windows, complimentary tea and coffee, and unique rigging partitions.

OSiT Monument also boasts a roster of inspiring meeting rooms, available to clients and the general public. All of its spaces make ideal environments for any captain wanting to gather their crew around the table.

And if they really want to impress, clients can ascend to the offices’ very own crow’s nest and entertain guests at its rooftop bar, The Deck. Offering panoramic views of the London skyline, this is the perfect space for clinching that deal, networking with new contacts and celebrating special occasions with your colleagues.

Continuing the nautical theme, OSiT says the best part of OSiT Monument is the cleaning staff who work tirelessly, while its operational teams are always on hand to help, calling them the best crew for the job who would love to welcome you aboard.

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Tim Adler

Tim Adler is group editor of Small Business, Growth Business and Information Age. He is a former commissioning editor at the Daily Telegraph, who has written for the Financial Times, The Times and the...

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