New co-working space, the TREExOFFICE, promotes a new way of working

If you go down to Hoxton Square today you’re sure for a big surprise. Local freelancers and small businesses are taking to the trees to find some much-needed desk space. The TREExOFFICE is a new concept in co-working spaces and was officially launched as part of the London Festival of Architecture. Designed by architects Tate Harmer LLP, it’s the first initiative to be realised by the Park Hack project, led by Groundwork London and Hackney Council. Built around a tree, this pop-up office enables those who work in the local area to both connect with and give back to nature. Those who hire the space will be directly supporting the environment, with income generated being reinvested into Hackney’s parks and green spaces.


TREExOFFICE by Tate Harmer as part of London Festival of Architecture © Jack Hobhouse

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