"Housed in one of London’s few remaining Victorian wool warehouses, The Loom has been re-imagined for a bright future and provides 110,000 sq ft of modern work space that befits one of London’s most diverse and vibrant neighborhoods. It’s the perfect place for entrepreneurs, innovators and creative minds to come together, be inspired and do great things."
The Loom was originally built in 1892 by Browne and Eagle as a wool warehouse. Since then it has been used to store paper and for a time by a distributor of wine. The building was converted into office suites in 1991.
Helical acquired the building in 2013 and transformed the building into the modern workspace it is today. Helical is one of the UK’s leading property companies with a substantial development and investment portfolio.
Corrie Bauckham Batts moved to The Loom in 1992, and are now one of the buildings longest standing tenants.