British architectural studio Teatum + Teatum creates an industrial-style workspace that is fit to accommodate a number of working methods. The site is an 18th-century iron foundry located in Sheffield, England. The firm is commissioned by communications agency Peter and Paul.
The ultimate idea behind the industrial-style workspace is to create a sizable platform that can serve the in-office dynamics of a business but can also double as a co-working space that engages young creatives by offering studio spaces at affordable prices. Teatum + Teatum aimed to split the 400 square meter plot in half. The materials and layout of the factory are definitely robust. While the construction resources are cost-effective and give off an edgy vibe, the arrangement fosters opportunities for private and collaborative work.
Photo Credits: Luke Hayes
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