The Ministry of Sound has been a London nightlife staple for 25 years but now, they're catering to the next phase for their creative club-goers. The new venture is a combination of a shared workspace and a members-only club geared toward visionaries in the music, fashion, and tech industries. Housed in a former Victorian printworks, the building's industrial heritage is on full display with exposed brick walls steel beams. Its co-working areas span across four floors and feature meeting rooms, private and open offices, and a kitchen for breaks. Although when employees really need a breather, they can head down and grab a cocktail from the seventy-foot copper bar. The members-only portion will also include a 40-seat cinema, a restaurant, and sound studios. Acceptance is limited and applications are reviewed monthly by a committee.