Reflex Office Solutions welcome you to our new Office Space Blog. Not only will this keep you up to date of all the the latest Reflex news but we will also occasionally comment on the London Serviced Office industry as a whole.
There’s a lot of things which go out the window when we’re at work: only eating celery when your colleague brings in a dozen Krispy Kremes; not buying that £2.75 latte on your way in; keeping your desk tidy, like, ever. There’s another thing which is actually out the window when we’re at work […]
Thomas Wriothesley. Courtesy of Wikipedia Thomas Wriothesley, 4th Earl of Southampton was born in March 1607 in Little Shelford, the only surviving son of Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of Southampton and his wife Elizabeth Vernon. His father was best known as Shakespeare’s patron and the playwright dedicated the poems Venus and Adonis and The Rape of Lucrece to him. His mother […]
Gertrude Stein was an American writer and poet famed for her salons in Paris during the 1920s, which attracted the cultural elite of the time. Born in 1874 into the family of a wealthy merchant in Pennsylvania, Gertrude Stein spent her youth in Europe before her family settled in Oakland California. Stein attended Radcliffe College […]
The Bloomsbury Group. Courtesy of Huxley and Bloomsberries The Bloomsbury Group is the name that was given to the collective of writers, artists and philosophers who frequented the Bloomsbury area of London during the period of 1907 to 1930. This group of friends and relatives were initially introduced during their time at Cambridge’s Kings and […]
Weymouth Street is situated in the district of Marylebone which gets its name from a church dedicated to St Mary, later known as St Mary at the Bourne. Gradually this name was shortened to Marylebone as we know if today. St Mary’s Church. Courtesy of Partleton The district has its fair share of “Beatles” related […]