Design duo Sella Concept transformed an Edwardian industrial building into a creative hub

Sella Concept has renovated an old industrial building in London, creating an innovative and flexible office space.

Sella Concept restored an Edwardian industrial building to house a mix of 26 creative businesses – spanning art, music, design, fashion, architecture, as well as providing flexible desk space for freelance workers. The aim of the client was to provide “a creative hub for like-minded industries so they can benefit from working under the same roof, professionally and socially.”

Achieving that vision takes more than providing office space – any working environment that seeks to foster a sense of community needs to create a physical space in which that atmosphere can flourish. The one unit they were first asked to work on soon grew to three – the Block’s boardroom, its co-working space and the large, open café, lounge and reception area that now acts as meeting point, lunch venue break-out space and general social hub for everyone working in De Beauvoir Block.

Img.11 Sella Concept, Block Party, London, 2017
Sella Concept, Block Party, London, 2017
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