Founded in 2002, Tom Dixon is a British product design brand with the proposal for innovation and a mission to revolve the British furniture industry. The brand is inspired by the nation’s unique heritage and produces unique objects for everyday use.
Interchange is one of London’s latest start-up incubators. It’s 8,400 m2 space in Camden which stretches across three sites was designed by Tom Dixon’s Design Research Laboratory, and is expected to open next month.
The building, designed by architect Barr Gazetas, also see’s a restaurant, lounge, members gym, hotdesks and private offices, breakout areas, high tech meeting rooms, stocked kitchens, as well as 7 event spaces, incorporated into it’s blue print. Market Tech Holdings, the investment group behind the project, states that the building’s architecture and interior features “expert curation of complex plans and space use”, with Dixon’s unequivocal style found all around the building.
Interchange focus is helping entrepreneurs to take their business to the next level. Interchange has the perfect infrastructure, ideas and tools that entrepreneurs need, with a team working in the background to let them focus on the things that really matter to turn their business into a success.
Alongside these obvious benefits, its founders have vowed to level the playing field by bringing together big business and fledgling start-ups in the same space, as well as improve the wellbeing of members through a focus on design.
Spaces like Interchange are not just business hubs, they’re cultural and social hives of activity. They attract the best architects to work on them, host the hottest parties and in the process continue to blur the lines between work and play.