Established in 1958, the Partisan Coffee House at 7 Carlisle Street, Soho was the central hub of the New Left. A space for ideas, discussion and often heated debate, it was short-lived but central to a creative and visionary political force. Founded by Raphael Samuel, a young radical historian, the Partisan was the heart of a radical left during this era of events such as the Suez Crisis and the Hungarian Revolution.
Serviced Offices located just off Soho Square. 7 Carlisle Street is a period style office building very much in keeping with the area. The offices are air conditioned, bright, and offer a warm and intimate working environment which is totally in keeping with the Reflex brand.