Norm Architects uses “natural forms” and steel details for Chancery House interior

Danish studio Norm Architects has worked with pale wood, red bricks, sandstone and stainless steel to create the interior of The Office Group‘s Chancery House workspace in London.

Located above the subterranean Silver Vaults market in London, the 1953 building was given a retrofit by dMFK Architects with a new interior by Norm Architects for The Office Group (TOG).

It now houses workspaces as well as a gym, a yoga studio, a cafe, a library, event spaces and saunas in an 11,612-square-metre space.

The interior features brick details

Norm Architects drew on the building’s existing design when creating the interiors, which it says are rooted “in the spirit of the

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