Interchange have opened ‘Atrium’, their third co-working space in London.
The flagship building is located in Camden’s famed Stables Market. It is unique in design, featuring a central spiralling walkway, dedicated interaction spaces, covered terraces and vertical gardens.
In addition, it boasts everything entrepreneurs, startups and creatives could ever need: a courtyard, a restaurant, a cafe, an innovation lab, a gym, private offices and areas for hot-desking.
Dixon looked beyond the traditional office environment for inspiration, instead taking cues from social spaces like hotel lobbies and nightclubs.
The quickly changing nature of workspace and the opportunities presented by this are interesting to us both from a product design and interior design perspective – wherever change happens designers get a chance to be relevant. – Tom Dixon
The studio designed and manufactured numerous pieces of custom furniture for the project, including two desks and a new light.
In addition, Dixon furnished the workspace with a number of his existing products. Included are:
The Atrium joins two other Interchange buildings in Camden: nearby Triangle (also located in Stables Market) and Utopia, not too far away on Chalcot Road. Design Research Studio also furnished the other two buildings with lighting and furniture by Dixon.
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. – Tom Dixon
Furnishing an office and looking for inspiration, or simply just love interior design? Here are a few more pictures of the Atrium via TomDixon.com –
All photographs from TomDixon.com