Posts tagged 'Shoreditch'

Co-working and restaurant concept The Tramshed Project opens in London

Offering a membership-free workspace, diverse kitchens and a cultural hub, this project looks to build on the community spirit fostered during the pandemic Within the

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Inside Depop’s Shoreditch HQ

When social shopping app Depop moved into Shoreditch last October, the space was rather non-descript but it had great bones to build its global HQ.


Yinka Ilori’s Estate Playground will open to public at Royal Albert Wharf

Estate Playground, designer Yinka Ilori’s grown-up jungle gym, has been donated to the Bow Arts charity and will be open to the public. After a


Hût designs furniture

Its recent move to Shoreditch has given Hût Architecture a fully equipped workshop, a space that the team is keen to take advantage of. In

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Monotype office, London

Monotype is a global leader in type and has designed many of the most widely used fonts, including Times New Roman, Gill Sans and Arial. Its


Shoreditch office refurb nods to local craft traditions

London architecture practice Patalab has completed the refurbishment of a four-storey building in Shoreditch using methods and materials that reference the local area and its

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Speakeasy style co-working space by Ben Adams Architects

Ben Adams architects has completely reinvented a dated office building next to Tech City’s Old Street roundabout. Albert House is now a truly flexible and

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Grown-up new workspace for academic tech firm

Align director Gurvinder Khurana leads me into Mendeley’s user testing room. It’s actually a pair of rooms designed for observing software testing, which the online

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Shoreditch offices by Studio Octopi

Transforming industrial buildings into cool workspaces has been prevalent in global office design for years. As independent design studios such as Studio Octopi compete for

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Inside Studio RHE’s Alphabeta building

The first thing that hits as you approach London’s Alphabeta building is the noise. The drilling indicates that the construction industry cavalry are out in



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