Work Club Partners with Brønnums Hus & Café Royal
There’s a real distinction between those spaces that offer classic co-working, with their young demographic and emphasis on a particular industry, whether that’s fintech or the arts and those that have created a fresh new take on the traditional members’ clubs. It’s the quirky, the unexpected and those that are committed to respecting authenticity as well as welcoming diversity that align most closely to Work Club. So I’m delighted to announce that we now have two affiliated clubs – The Club at Café Royal in London and Brønnums Hus in Copenhagen – for use by Work Club members.
The Club at Café Royal
The Club at Café Royal lies at the exact point where creative-minded Soho, luxurious Mayfair, and high-society hangout St James’ meet. Comprising of a working area, restaurant, bar and cultural events hub, it’s aim is to bring the denizens of these three world-famous districts together, like no members club has since the Café Royal of Victorian times.
A curated programme of events ranges from intimate parties with some of the world’s top DJs to cutting-edge talks and seminars. Events have included pop-up restaurants from chefs Paco Rancero (Sublimotion, Ibiza) and Aurelio Morales (Ramses, Madrid), DJ nights from Paul Oakenfold and Kanye West, talks from writers India Knight, Justine Picardie, Rachel Johnson and Andrew O’Hagan, artists such as Lazarides’ Antony Micallef, and scientist Aubrey de Grey.
Brønnums Hus was built in 1866 as private homes for high society of Copenhagen. It was – and still is today – an absolute premium location.
Inside this beautifully restored historic building, members will find a team brought together by their devotion to creating spaces for thriving businesses and services on a par with those offered as part of Work Club’s inclusive membership. Members can make use of Brønnums Hus’ city bikes, conference rooms by prior booking and BrønnumsBar on the ground floor which launches later in 2016 and will be a ‘go-to’ destination on Copenhagen’s bar and social scene.
Members can make use of Brønnums Hus’ city bikes, conference rooms by prior booking and BrønnumsBar on the ground floor which launches later in 2016 and will be a ‘go-to’ destination on Copenhagen’s bar and social scene.