||||||||Tilt’s third collaboration with co-working provider Club Workspace|Power comes from the ceiling, the cable running inside curly PUR air hoses|Club Workspace’s Rotunda, an amphitheatre for working and gathering|The floor bears all the scars of the building’s former life as a tannery|The Hot Box, a former toilet block, now a shingle-clad brainstorming space|Team Rooms can accommodate larger groups of workers|Copper-pip wall lights, one of many Tilt-designed products used||
12 May 2014

Tilt designs co-working office for Club Workspace

Words by Helen Parton

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