London: Tom Dixon Opens a Co-Working Space

The British designer Tom Dixon and his team created a new co-working space for entrepreneurs, startups and creatives.

Situated in the heart of Stables Market, Camden the Atrium, Interchange’s flagship building offers a range of facilities across four floors, including 600 work stations (both in private offices and hot desking areas).

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The space opened its doors May 16th, all the interior was decorated with furniture and lighting from the designer.

“Interchange’s co-working and shared workspace environment allows some of Camden Market to evolve beyond food, retail and tourism to provide space for other types of activities, lending even more diversity to the extraordinary mix of activity in this teeming mix of creativities.”

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The Y chair balances the three most important requirements demanded of a contract chair: durability, a striking silhouette and an ergonomic form, is used extensively across the Atrium.

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Interchange has experienced high demand, according to its managing director, Vanessa Butz, and Atrium is 50 per cent pre-let in time for its launch day on 19 May 2016. Confirmed tenants come from Cisco’s experimental division Cisco Create, event recommendation app Fever Up, delivery company Inpost and start-up accelerator IncuBus.

The company is one of many co-working enterprises growing around increasing demand from start-ups and freelancers, and designers have seized the opportunity to influence these emerging, evolving office environments.

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Design Research Studio created the furniture and lighting for the space. All the interior was inspired on hotels, clubs and other social environments as much as it does from ancient office structures.

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Dixon has also recently launched a range of homewares entitled Materiality, experimental kitchens for Caesarstone and a tile collection for Bisazza referencing London’s landmarks.

Source: Tom Dixon; Dezeen; DelightFULL
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