An innovative elevated London office space has popped up in Hoxton Square.
TREExOFFICE, as it has been named, is a little pod with a floor impaled by a living tree trunk.
Available to hire until January 2016, the office space consists of eight separate working spaces. It has all the facilities you’d expect to find in a working environment including electricity and WiFi. The TREExOFFICE is ideal for a variety of uses, from business meetings, to intimate events. Its flexibility makes the space suitable for a wide range of uses, for businesses and creatives. Community groups can even hire the space free of charge at weekends.
The temporary office structure is part of London’s Park Hack initiative. The Park Hack is designed to test new designs that not only sustain but also enhance public open spaces. The money used by those hiring the space will be reinvested into Hackney’s parks and green spaces.
Created by artist Natalie Jeremijenko and architecture firm Tate Harmer, TREExOFFICE is designed for co-working, where people leave their usual office environment to connect with each other and with nature.
The TREExOFFICE will also be featured in the London Festival of Architecture which is taking place this June.
By: Kirsty MacGregor
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