Camden co-working hub Interchange has opened the doors to its new flagship space, which has been decked out by designer Tom Dixon.
Atrium is the third in Interchange’s network of co-working offices in the London area – joining Utopia and Triangle – and occupies four floors of a modern structure above the historic stables in Camden Market.
Dixon’s Design Research Studio, which conceived interiors for the nearby Triangle hub, custom designed Atrium’s furniture and lighting. It has also created a lighting installation from stainless steel tubes in the co-working hub’s central foyer.
‘Camden Market’s prehistory as a hub for commerce, transport and technology since the industrial revolution appealed to us from a conceptual point of view,’ said Dixon. ‘And its more recent past as a place for radical music, fashion and retail makes it a great backdrop for the fast moving and impatient world of start-ups and tech companies.’
Architects Barr Gazetas designed the co-working hub’s infrastructure and office spaces. In addition to 600 workstations, Atrium has a courtyard, an events space as well as a gym arriving later in the year. A restaurant of the same name also opens today.
Tenants in the space include a division of IT company Cisco and delivery start-up Inport.
Interchange MD Vanessa Butz said the latest opening will ‘strengthen the start-up ecosystem in the local area’.