Barr Gazetas - Award Winning London Architect

LABS Triangle Camden

The first Interchange community building to open, two floors of innovative co-working facilities provides 280 people all they need to start up and grow.

In Numbers

  • 17,700ft2 net internal floor area
  • 2 breakout spaces
  • 3 storey atrium sculpture
  • 300 creative occupants
  • 2 exhibition and venue spaces for 100 people
  • 1 curved glass lift

About Interchange Triangle

Triangle, the first of Interchange’s community of creatives and innovators, is located within the world renowned Camden Market.

The building has been repositioned with a new ground floor presence leading directly from the market entrance, drawing the working community and visitors into a 3 storey glass void. Above this, 17,700ft2 of high quality co-working, start-up and business support space has been created over two floors with incredible views over North London. Guests are whisked up to the third floor in a bespoke glass lift stopping at the concierge floor which features a passivated zinc ‘bullet’ desk.

A system of creative and supportive environments has attracted entrepreneurs, start-ups, innovators and creatives, forging new connections and potential for business growth. Flexible space has been designed with evolving facilities; providing open plan, bookable, or fixed desks to generate a landscape for all forms of working.

Barr Gazetas has reimagined the way a vacant building shell could be used for creative co-working to include a mixture of permanent and day-to-day office spaces, with a range of private spaces, single desk spaces, large open plan areas and individual hot-desks. These are complemented by meeting rooms of all sizes provided with a range of audio and visual equipment. As members of the Interchange community move through the building, chance encounters and planned meetings take place in a number of the breakout areas. This creates a hive of activity on all levels that is constantly changing.

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