||||||||The Foundry in Vauxhall, south London|The zigzagging roofline of the new extension echoes the factory’s original look|The layout includes smaller open-plan offices alongside communal facilities|New materials – concrete and timber – contrast with patinated brickwork|Architecture 00 collaborated with the Alliance for Inclusive Education to ensure the building’s accessibility|A deck with mesh fencing provides secure outside space; there are also publicly accessed roof terraces|Generous glazing on the ground floor is the material embodiment of the concept of an open, inclusive space||
19 May 2015

London’s finest: The Foundry by Architecture 00

Words by Dominic Lutyens

Editor’s picks

Accessibility in the workplace must cater for all disabilities

Louis Denavaut imbues this Parisian office with understated elegance

Material Works Architecture completes sophisticated office project in Chiswick, London

Design key to rejuvenating out-of-town business parks

Art and its benefits in the workplace

Flat Move enables new ways of flexible space planning

Chicago Jazz: HHF and Kwong Von Glinow complete Swiss Consulate in Chicago’s Hancock Tower

Sam Chermayeff Office and Brandlhuber+ reimagine the delicatessen in Berlin

Younger workers likely to change jobs if forced to work in-office every day

Instagram





Workplace | Design | Architecture