Lynton Pepper|Lynton Pepper|Lynton Pepper||40% owned by the council, Hub Westminster is where start-ups take root|Desks areas are built at an angle “to give a little nudge to collaboration”|Scaffolding poles and CNC timber make up the open-source “wikitables”||
19 Mar 2012

Westminister hub by 00:/

Words by Helen Parton

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