Set around the focal point of Breaker's Place, each building has its own character and purpose. Global brands connect between spaces, spilling out from Frestons café, using communal event spaces and enjoying the public art.
Recently refurbished, all four floors of workspace are now home to Phoebe Philo’s Global HQ
Home to world famous fashion photography studio Wildberry.
Formerly the meeting place of the Republic of Frestonia, this red brick Victorian building now houses small creative studios and the Frestonian Gallery.
A unique outdoor space connecting the campus with public art from Philip King and Alex Da Cunha at its centre.
Designed by Anna Hart Miller, creator of Tate’s stylish cafés, Frestons contemporary scandi style space will be set on the ground floor of The George Building, and offer a crafted seasonal menu of hot and cold food alongside quality coffee.
Situated on the ground floor of The White Building and open 24/7, with state-of-the-art equipment, group workout sessions and personal training available.
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The White Building’s stylish lobby is a shared cross-campus meeting and co-working space for occupiers with booths and high tables plus The Truck for refreshments.
The Yellow Building’s award winning full-height atrium and architectural centrepiece is available for private events. Featuring world famous artworks, including a working carousel by Carsten Höller, the doors open onto Nicholas Road for unique outdoor entertaining space.
Keeping creativity alive within the People’s Hall the Frestonian Gallery is open throughout the week showing a diverse and exciting exhibition programme of modern and contemporary art.
Freston’s second location on the campus, the coffee truck is parked in The White Building’s stylish lobby serving hot and cold drinks as well as pastries to enjoy on the go or in the surrounding break out and meeting areas.