dMFK Architects creates nostalgic office interior in former 1960s medical lab

London firm dMFK Architects has transformed a mid-century medical laboratory into a flexible office space with smoked oak joinery and a restored concrete staircase.

The office is spread over 550 square metres and located on the first floor of a fully-glazed 1960s building in the city’s Fitzrovia neighbourhood.

Meeting rooms are separated from the main space using smoked oak joinery

dMFK Architects was commissioned by property developers Derwent London to create an interior that was in keeping with the building’s heritage while incorporating the essential features of a modern co-working space.

Accessed from the ground floor lobby via the building’s

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