|||||||Aberrant’s model of the Elephant & Castle – meeting place, hotel, job centre and library in one|El Paso bar, reimagined by Aberrant as a public workspace|Downstairs, the basement is a blank canvas for exhibitions and events|Timberyard was conceived from the start as a place for nomadic workers|Lots of tables encourage people to linger rather than grab and go|Abberant’s made-up offerings for Chinese home-workers included a lunchtime networking spot||
02 Sep 2013

Going Public by Aberrant Architecture

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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