Makespace Oxford's new building, Makespace Central, on Park End Street near the train station, is now fully occupied.
We do have a number of hotdesker spaces and some limited studio space available at its hub on Aristotle Lane, OX2 6TP.
We also have an upcoming large scale project which will be providing more meanwhile spaces across Oxfordshire to organisations in 2021.
If you would like to register your interest for space and help to shape a vibrant community of local makers, third sector organisations and social businesses please complete the following information.
If you have any questions about this application or Makespace Oxford in general contact us at,
Makespace Oxford - Expression of Interest
Main contact name:
Main contact email
Main contact phone number
Name and brief description of organisation
Type of organisation (Choose all that apply)
Non-Profit organisation / business
For profit business
Artist / Maker
Is your organisation: (Choose all that apply)
Delivering a social/environmental benefit
A start-up or in early stage development
Led by BAME individuals or working to counter systemic racism
Directly and significantly impacted by the COVID-19 crisis
Using environmentally conscious work practices
Needing space for creating, making or fixing e.g. art, craft, upcycling etc.
Participating in mutual support, knowledge sharing, and collaboration with other organizations
What space would best suit your needs?
Makespace Central (Park End Street) studio / office space
Aristotle House (Aristotle Lane) studio / office space
Aristotle Lane full time hotdesking (£142 / month)
Aristotle Lane part time hotdesking (£72 / month)
What level of rent could you afford?
£0 - £200 / month
£200 - £500 / month
over £500 / month
When would you or your organisation be looking to move in? (We have some spaces available immediately)
Are you happy for us to keep your information on file if a space is not currently available?
Yes, I'd like to be contacted and considered in the future.
No, please delete my information.
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