The British designer Tom Dixon, opened a new co-working space in London! Atrium opened its doors May 16th, all the interior was decorated with furniture and lighting from the designer.
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 traditional office structures.
The Melt Pendant Lights, from Dixon’s 2015 Collection, are lighting up the office. Atrium offers 600 workstations, both private offices and hot-desking areas. All the users of the installations will have access to a courtyard, events space, restaurant, “innovation lab”, cafe and a gym.
The building’s infrastructure was designed by Barr Gazetas Architects. The main objective of studio is to encourage communal productivity and interaction by adding a central spiralling walkway, covered terraces and vertical gardens.
Tom Dixon said “Camden Market’s prehistory as a hub for commerce, transport and technology since the industrial revolution appealed to us from a conceptual point of view, and it’s more recent past as a place for radical music, fashion and retail makes it a great backdrop for the fast moving and impatient world of start-ups and tech companies,”.
Many co-working enterprises are growing around the increasing demand from start-ups and freelancers, designers, like Tom Dixon, have seized the opportunity to influence these emerging, evolving office environments.
Recently, Dixon, has launched experimental kitchens for Caesarstone, a range of homewares entitled Materiality and a tile collection for Bisazza referencing London’s landmarks.
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