Spanning 285sqm, the Electron Workshop is an open-plan coworking space, built for digital creatives. In addition to flexible and permanent desks, we also run regular out of the space, providing an area for learning and collaboration across all disciplines – Currently there are recurring events in drones/quadcopters/UAVs and digital privacy – if you’d like to run an event or meetup get in touch.

The Electron Workshop is open to all desk based creatives across all fields.

Featuring a full kitchen, fussball & ping pong table, shower, toilets, air conditioning, natural gas heating, bike racks and 100% green energy (currently wind power). The Electron Workshop is powered by 100mbit corporate grade fibre and enterprise grade Meraki WIFI / or Ethernet if required.

Come visit

We encourage you to come visit us – Drop-in for the day for free on your first visit. Please make sure you read our house rules.

Extras

The Electron Workshop has some special optional features, including a sound proof meeting room/studio/mezzanine, rack space for backup and development servers with UPS, NEC PABX phone, and private connectivity if required.

Contact us to learn more, trial a desk, or just come over for a chat & coffee.

Founders

Nick Jaffe

Nick is a co-founder of Electron Workshop, solo sailor and technologist. He’s passionate about creativity, electronic privacy, risk, the environment and remoteness.

Nick is also a co-founder of Arktisma, where he manages day to day operations of the Electron Workshop, Unix cloud machines, new ideas, and thinks up ways to plant more trees. EFA member and Awesome Foundation trustee. Blog, Tweets @hellojaffe.

Martin Gleeson

Marty is a co-founder of Electron Workshop, dedicated dad, husband, serial entrepreneur, sustainable vegetarian, computer scientist, and super Internet early adopter.

He is also co-founder of the umbrella company Arktisma, which includes the Electron Workshop coworking space, Dynomesh cloud computing, Serversaurus web hosting, and Neverstop Pedalling – he’s also the Managing Director at Autosystems. Marty doesn’t believe in sleep, and rarely blogs here.

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