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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.
As with the Firewood Table, the Festival Chair was designed and built as part of the award winning Festival Village (2012) project.
The insights behind TILT’s Call was conceived during codesign workshops with staff and patients at the Whittington Hospital in London.
The Southbank Centre’s ‘Festival of the World’ was a site-wide summer festival including inspirational arts projects from the UK and around the world.
The insights behind TILT’s Quiet was conceived during codesign workshops with staff and patients at the Whittington Hospital Outpatient Pharmacy in London.
Alongside Club Chiswick, Club Bankside represented the second phase development of Club Workspace, a London wide network of coworking spaces for start-ups and freelancers.
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.
The LeafDesk is a table designed for collaborative working. There was a need for desking that could accommodate flexible working, be easily shared and facilitate high density working.
TILT ran a series of codesign workshops with the network of student volunteers to design the Oxford Hub space.
The Fruit & Nut Series are designed to serve the dual function of informal meeting and collaborative working, being based around real organic shapes.
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.
Set on the ground floor of the Barley Mow Centre, Club Chiswick covered an area of over 300 sq metres and allowed TILT to experiment with new elements to enhance the coworking experience.
TILT ran codesign workshops to engage the Hub staff and members and give them the opportunity to help conceive and develop the design for the space.
Inspired through TILT’s work on the award winning Festival Village, the Firewood Table transforms waste wood into something beautiful and functional.
The Downtown Project is an ambitious project to transform the downtown area of Las Vegas into a thriving hub of creativity and entrepreneurialism through community led urban regeneration.
Independents United are a branding and app development agency based in Soho, London. They decided to redesign their studio and make a conscious move towards a coworking model.
Having successfully worked on the Outpatient Pharmacy, TILT was invited back to codesign the Whittington’s new Ambulatory Care unit.
The Suitcase Desk is a contemporary take on the classic bureau design, allowing users a secure lockable, self contained, private work space.