No matter if you are searching for a unique corporate event space or the perfect venue for a casual private do, Canvas has got you covered — check out these venues that are hot off the press and snatch them up before anyone else!
This permanently moored vessel held static in marina is built out of a former freight boat, and has a stunning and unique mirrored finish.
Fluxland is an immersive, unusual and large open space available for a range of events, such as private dinners and debates. The light reflecting on its geometrical shape and mirrored surface makes this venue change throughout the day, inspiring different emotions each time.
The space was created by the artist Cyril de Commarque, who has exhibited at MACRO in Rome and at the Venice Biennale — De Commarque was inspired by the Fluxus movement, where the vessel’s name stems from.
Located in former stables of Clapton’s Tram Shed, the Depot Clapton is a unique and versatile venue in east London. They are one of the few remaining independently run warehouse spaces in London. The gallery’s high ceilings, wooden beams and an all-white backdrop makes it an ideal venue for intimate and atmospheric events. In past, they have hosted everything from pop-up restaurants, book launches and exhibitions to pop-up cinemas, parties, functions, photo and film shoots.
The newest addition to the wallacespace family is just around the corner from the bustling street markets of Spitalfields + Petticoat Lane and a 2 minute walk from the transport connections of Liverpool Street station.
Based in a converted Victorian warehouse, Wallacespace Spitalfields offers the same well-crafted, flexible spaces as our existing buildings, but now you have even more choice when choosing a location. There is a retro, space-race theme running through the building, from the vintage space posters to the blue, polycarbonate interior walls, which let light flood into the spaces but still allow plenty of privacy.
Of course, you’ll still find all the details that make wallacespace so special: creative, dynamic environments for clearer thinking, great food and a genuine commitment to ‘can-do’ service.
East City Studios is an industrial style event space, which perfectly compliments its cool East London location. There are two main areas that can be used separately or together: Studio A is 275 sq m and Studio B is 125 sq m — both include facilities and drive-in. The white walls lend themselves to any type of bespoke decoration via projections and props, making it ideal for corporate events, receptions, workshops and exhibitions.
Mark’s Kitchen Library, nestled up above the iconic Tramshed in Shoreditch, offers a unique chef’s table for up to 12 guests, surrounded by Mark’s personal cookbook collection. Featuring a 12-seater dining bar, guests can watch as a bespoke menu is cooked up by Mark and his team, paired with wines and cocktails.
The Kitchen Library can be hired out for private dining and drinks events – an intimate space that has its own lounge and pool table. Kitchen Library events start from £2,500 for a 4-course bespoke menu with wines.