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The first Interchange community building to open, two floors of innovative co-working facilities provides 280 people all they need to start up and grow.
Triangle, the first of Interchange's community of creatives and innovators, is located within the world renowned Camden Market.
The building has been repositioned with a new ground floor presence leading directly from the market entrance, drawing the working community and visitors into a 3 storey glass void. Above this, 17,700ft2 of high quality co-working, start-up and business support space has been created over two floors with incredible views over North London. Guests are whisked up to the third floor in a bespoke glass lift stopping at the concierge floor which features a passivated zinc ‘bullet’ desk.
A system of creative and supportive environments has attracted entrepreneurs, start-ups, innovators and creatives, forging new connections and potential for business growth. Flexible space has been designed with evolving facilities; providing open plan, bookable, or fixed desks to generate a landscape for all forms of working.
Barr Gazetas has reimagined the way a vacant building shell could be used for creative co-working to include a mixture of permanent and day-to-day office spaces, with a range of private spaces, single desk spaces, large open plan areas and individual hot-desks. These are complemented by meeting rooms of all sizes provided with a range of audio and visual equipment. As members of the Interchange community move through the building, chance encounters and planned meetings take place in a number of the breakout areas. This creates a hive of activity on all levels that is constantly changing.