Breaking down barriers between work and play

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SEESAW is a space for culture, community, work, art, wellbeing, coffee and food.

One of Manchester’s historic warehouses reimagined as a creative hub, workspace, cafe, events and exhibition space.

Open seven days a week, the cafe features carefully sourced single origin coffees.

No booking required – walks ups only – come and join us on the ground floor.

Cafe is open for all from Monday-Friday 9am – 4pm; Saturday-Sunday 10am – 4pm.

Office of Craig Oldham

Independent design practice, led by Craig Oldham, creating books, exhibitions, brands, and cultural, well, stuff.

Photo by Ivan Jones.


Ellen Ling is a copywriter and creative all rounder. She can be found tarting up words for brands big and small, with her trusty pooch, Aggie under the desk.

Dave Bowers

The difference here is the flexibility and understanding.

Managed by creatives and working with existing members to build an environment where we all thrive.

Dave Bowers, Likely Story

We're adaptable and have a shared aspiration. We're all creatives here. That's why we stand out.

Atul Bansal, Sheila Bird Studio

The creative heart of Manchester

A stone's throw from the Knowledge Corridor and ringfenced by Central Library, universities, startups and global businesses, we're at the epicentre of Manchester's burgeoning creative scene. But it's not all work, work, work — there are plenty of bars, restaurants, shops and cafés also coming together to create the city's most exciting destination.

Oh, and we're just minutes from the transport hubs of Piccadilly and Oxford Road stations, which is handy.

The building