Fathom Architects has created a space in London with a design that responds to the changing nature of work.
The project is a new concept which prioritises wellbeing and social interaction over desk-based activity. It is designed for human interaction, providing a relaxed and welcoming space for people to recharge, connect and socialise.
The design celebrates the raw concrete shell of a disused 1970s building and combines it with finely crafted interiors to create a characterful urban sanctuary.
Design inspiration was taken from the heritage of St James’s, as well as art and furniture from the 1970s, with commissioned rugs, paintings and murals drawing on geometric shapes and bold colours.
Designer: Fathom Architects
Project: 6 Babmaes Street