Roz Barr Architects has designed a co-working members’ club for London’s new design district, featuring a bright red salon, stairs you can sit on, and a workspace that doubles as a dinner table.
Bureau offers a range of co-working and social spaces designed specifically for those working in the creative industries.
It occupies two buildings in the recently opened Greenwich Design District: the concrete-framed D1 designed by Architecture 00 and the ripple-facaded C3 designed by HNNA.
The ground-floor restaurant functions as a meeting space. Photo is by Ruth Ward
Architect Roz Barr and her London-based team designed a series of playful interiors for Bureau, hoping to create a distinct identity that extends across
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