Located in central Brighton, our office space combines contemporary design with characterful and historic setting. We are a welcoming creative hub for people to work, grow and connect.
Fabrica is a unique venue which offers opportunities to be creative, develop practice and engage with art. We present a year-round calendar of artistic programming including film screenings, talks, group discussions and community led events. We also deliver a programme of creative workshops in community settings across the city that support learning and increase wellbeing.
Developed in 2016, our modern offices were designed by Brighton-based architects Morton Scarr and provide a bright, airy workspace which connects seamlessly to our site, a beautiful former church. These stylish spaces are set towards the rear of the building and look onto a large private yard, meaning you can enjoy a peaceful setting to focus, while still being in the middle of the action of the busy south lanes – perfect for meetings and public transport access.
Our affordable workspaces are available for short- and long-term hire, at just £11.08 per desk per day. One full-time desk space costs £240 per month average. We have a maximum of 12 workstations in total. If you require more than one desk for your team, we will do our best to arrange seating together.
Get in touch with our Commercial Manager, Sally Connellan, to find out more or arrange a visit. If you still aren’t sure, we can offer a half day trial to ‘try before you buy’ to new workspace hirers.
Desk space for laptop with cupboard or shelf storage
Wifi (fibre optic broadband) with back up 4G network
All services included (electricity, heating, water)
Onsite support Monday - Friday
Opportunity to use Fabrica at a reduced rate for partnership events
Opportunity to work and take meetings with colleagues in our main space when it is available
Tea and coffee making facilities with unlimited supplies of tea, coffee and biscuits for licensee staff and visitors.
Cleaning and recycling costs included
Due to the nature of historic building, our office spaces are not wheelchair accessible. Our ground floor gallery and toilets are wheelchair accessible via a ramp and we are committed to increasing accessibility across the building, and our organisation, wherever we can.
This space can only accommodate computer-based work.