||||||||||||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

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