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Tue 5.3.

Coworking Spaces by TILT for Club Workspace (UK)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.03.2013 - Tagged as: , ,

Suitcase Desk by TILT for Club Workspace, photo: Jill Tate

Suitcase Desk by TILT for Club Workspace, photo: Jill Tate

UK-based architecture and design practice TILT has designed two new coworking spaces in London for Club Workspace, a fast-growing network of creative coworking clubs for entrepreneurs, freelancers and professionals.

 

 

Suitcase Desk by TILT for Club Workspace, photo: ClubWorkspace

Suitcase Desk by TILT for Club Workspace, photo: ClubWorkspace

The Chiswick Club, Barley Mow, is located in Chiswick, West London and Enterprise House is situated in the Southbank by Waterloo. TILT exclusively designed both the spaces and the furniture within the two clubs, creating coworking hubs that combine fixed and touchdown workspaces to appeal to freelancers, start-up entrepreneurs and nomadic workers.

 

Fruit&Nut tables and Open Book chair by TILT for Club Workspace, photo: Jill Tate

Fruit&Nut tables and Open Book chair by TILT for Club Workspace, photo: Jill Tate

“The aim of these venues is to allow for high density collaborative working by providing people with a beautiful mix of spaces, allowing workers to move through the space and pinpoint the appropriate area suited to a specific work method.” says TILT.

 

Coworking Spaces by TILT for Club Workspace

Chiswick Coworking Space by TILT for Club Workspace, photo: ClubWorkspace

TILT brought their experience (they designed the three previous Club Workspaces in London) and expertise of shared, interactive, and collaborative spaces to extend the design language of the Club family. In Chiswick there is a raised landscape of stairs inspired by a theatre auditorium, designed as both a touchdown meeting and working space, and the centre piece for the Club’s evening transformation into a screening and presentation venue. At Southbank, TILT created a library space with interactive touch screens embedded into writable walls, set next to their playful furniture piece the Open Book.

 

Intelligent design to recover and transform underused parts of the building, photo: Jill Tate

Intelligent design was used to recover and transform underused parts of the building, photo: Jill Tate

One of the key components of the project was to use intelligent design to recover and transform underused parts of the buildings. This required bespoke lighting solutions by TILT and clever reuse of different entrances to the various spaces. TILT used a palette of bold and inventive finishes and materials, including stripped back brickwork, colour to enhance pipework, and exposed woods and metals.

 

TILT exclusively designed both spaces & furniture for both Club Workspaces, photo: Jill Tate

TILT exclusively designed both spaces & furniture for both Club Workspaces, photo: Jill Tate

Club Barley Mow and Club Enterprise House were designed by TILT in parallel and share many of the same TILT designed furniture solutions. These include their innovative Fruit&Nut Tables, previously used in The Hub Kings Cross; LeafDesks; Firewood Table; and Festival Chairs, created for their Festival Village project at the Southbank that won them the Public Spaces Scheme at the FX Design Awards. Two new TILT products also appear for the first time at the new Club Workspaces, the Suitcase Desk and the Open Book.

 

to the TILT website

 

to the Club Workspace website

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