Faber to move offices

<p>Faber is moving office at the start of next year, from the current premises at 3 Queen Square to Bloomsbury House in Great Russell Street. The new location will be a recently-renovated Grade II-listed Georgian building, close to Faber&rsquo;s first home in the mid-1920s at Russell Square. The indie publisher has been at Queen&rsquo;s Square since 1971.</p><p>The offices will spread across six floors, and will also be home to Faber&rsquo;s archives, and the location for courses offered by Faber Academy.</p><p>Stephen Page, c.e.o of Faber, said: &quot;It&rsquo;s hard to imagine a better location for Faber&rsquo;s third home, within a stone&rsquo;s throw of where we began in Russell Square. The building itself perfectly reflects our place in the modern books industry as a publisher with great ambition for what it can do in the 21st century while displaying the deep roots of its extraordinary past.&quot; </p>