Joining the panel as a speaker at the Global Design Forum during the LDF was a definitely a highlight; presenting the opportunity to talk about codesign and collaboration with others of like-minded people.
Studio TILT’s design collaboration on the Proud Archivist encompassed all aspects of the space and its brand.
Studio TILT were asked to reimagine the entrance lobby and five storey enclosed atrium space
A coworking concept designed to suit a period building and a user group of legal professionals
Studio TILT’s book, Codesigning Space
The restoration of the Leather Exchange Building operates as Club London Bridge; the flagship Coworking and event space for Club Workspace.
The Hanging room is a conceptual representation of how our working environments are changing.
The Proud Archivist is a simple café/bistro, offering a gallery, performance space and a diverse range of cultural programming.
While technology advances, and contrary to expectations, books are still loved. The OpenBook is a seat and a library that celebrates the printed form.
A collaboration with Devon County Council to produce a coworking design manual for the Devon Work Hubs network.
Codesigned with members of London’s creative community, the Festival Village served as the social hub of The Southbank Centre’s ‘Festival of World’
A design collaboration with Club Workspace to create a new high density coworking space in a disused basement space
Troika are a talent agency, based in Shoreditch, London. Having outgrown their previous office, Troika purchased a new office, requiring a complete design and fit-out.
A collaboration with student network, Oxford Hub, to produce a multi-layered design for a Grade II listed Georgian building
Working in collaboration with service design agency, Commonground, TILT were invited by the Design Council to respond to a brief to redesign the Outpatient Pharmacy at the Whittington Hospital in London.