D-Lab is Business of the Year 2019!
D-Lab comes out on top once again at local business awards.Business
Affordable desk rental and meeting room hire for individuals and small creative businesses starting from just £275 a month.
Open access maker spaces for the community. Discover meetups, events, and develop new skills using our cutting edge technology.
A curated program of workshops for all ages and abilities covering all aspects of creative technology alongside training and mentoring.
Discover a friendly creative community on your doorstep. Enjoy flexible contracts and the opportunity to shape D-Lab and our impact in the local community.Find your local D-Lab
Our maker spaces are some of the best equipped in the country with open access to laser cutting, milling, 3D printing, and woodworking facilities.View our facilities
Join our community of creative co-workers innovating in the fields of architecture, design, technology, and social enterprise. Benefit from a regional support network of mentors, industry partners and gain access to co-operative businesses.
"D-Lab offered me the opportunity to meet other creatives in my community, find new work, and learn new skills that I can use to develop my portfolio. I love the fact that my desk rental supports young people in the community learn new skills."
Designer and resident | Berkhamsted
"D-Lab are on a mission to foster creative innovation and collaboration within communities. Through open access maker spaces, co-working spaces, and educational programs, we are helping individuals discover their creative potential, nurturing new businesses, and preparing the next generation of creative professionals for the future economy."
A 8 week introductory course in electronics.
Join our open workshop on Saturday morning
Drop in session to help you improve your electronics skills
Join our open workshop every Tuesday evening.
Learn how to cut and engrave plywood and acrylic
Learn how to keep safe while using our facilities
Textiles recycling workshop
A free coding club for young programmers and parents