Summit House for TOG
Sculptural tiered wall framing in the reception. Blush-pink corridors. The main, open-plan work area. Cream, burnt orange, and dark brown terrazzo tiles arranged in a geometric flooring pattern.
Set across four storeys, the 45,000 sq ft building’s interior has been entirely reimagined, leaving only the original art deco features untouched. We based the interior concept for the co-working space on Swedish Grace, a pre-functionalist style of modernism that spanned the 1920s, to compliment the art deco heritage of the building.
The duality of the Swedish architectural movement guided us to develop a light and sculptural aesthetic, creating an intentional focus on geometry and balanced proportions across each of the spatial experiences. The combined use of simple and complex geometrical forms throughout the interior – evident across the furniture such as the simple kitchen benches, the custom designed sofas, and the sculptural tiered detailing in the reception – creates a bold and timeless expression, providing a strong identity and setting Summit House distinctly apart from many other workspaces.
for The Office Group (TOG)
London, United Kingdom