Work.Life Soho

Soho, London

Sector

Co-working

Features

  • Teapoint
  • Private meeting rooms
  • Booths
  • Open plan working
  • Private huddle room

The challenge

Being in the heart of buzzy Soho, Work.Life set us the challenge of designing a show-stopping space with serious wow factor that would become their Flagship co-working hub. The space required a lot of cellulisation and coordination to ensure the optimum layout for individuals as well as teams across all the working styles. We also worked closely with Work.Life to ensure maximum personalisation!

The solution

Making the most out of the bright space, and the fabulous corner vista we wanted it to feel dramatic and stand out from the street. We designed the main bar and teapoint out of luxury copper, a bold an exuberant focal point, that would make the space pop. In keeping with the Soho aesthetic, we were inspired by warm and bright colours, using these throughout to express the cultural diversity of Soho.

  • the Two-designed teapoint for Work.Life Soho interior design scheme
    An entrance that pops
    Exuberance from the moment you walk into the space
  • Soho Cool sign with banquette seating and tables for informal work space at Work.Life Soho interior design
    Soho cool
    Signs that make a statement adorn the walls.
  • soft furnishings interiors detail and neon wc sign in the Work.Life Soho interior design scheme
  • dog and woman sat on sofa in Work.Life Soho interior design workspace by Two
    Pet friendly zone
    Bringing your best friend to work is a must.
  • Pink small meeting room with feature wallpaper at Work.Life Soho interior design by Two
  • yellow breakout area in corridor alcove with comfy sofa seating interior design scheme by Two for Work.Life in Soho London
  • feature colour neon lighting for wcs ini Work.Life Soho designed and built by Two

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