||||||||||||The lighting installation makes use of the 30m void in the atrium|The refurbished Victorian entrance|The lobby contains a variety of break-out spaces|The spiral staircase, leading from the lobby to the atrium|Tilt’s bespoke coffee counter with a built in coffee machine beneath it|The slick-black columns add grandeur to the co-working space|Solid wooden fittings replace the co-working standard plywood|A study in monochrome minimalism in the meeting room|The glass-fronted meeting rooms offer privacy, while maintaining a visual cohesion|Tilt’s Quiet chairs|The law library reimagined||
15 Jan 2015

Tilt reimagines co-working for legal professionals

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

Category: Interiors

Editor’s picks

Ideas Factory: The Bosch Engineering HQ in Germany reimagined by Studio Alexander Fehre

Feel Good Friday: Active Rest, exploring Alex Soojung-Kim Pang’s book ‘Rest’

Artist-architect Didier Fiúza Faustino creates a new studio for French conceptual artist Jean-Luc Moulène titled “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”

Interior architecture firm Duelle Studio design A.Gallo Colors Shop in Umbria, Italy

Vitra opens their new flagship UK Showroom in the historic London Tramshed building

The Office Group’s 210 Euston Road offers ample opportunity for a variety of working styles

Exhibitor line-up at Design London 21 – 24 September 2022

Sabine Marcelis, Lee Broom, Patricia Urquiola and more join Discussions at Design London

Why offices need to sound as good as they look


OnOffice - Commercial | Design | Architecture