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Enterprise House, Bankside, London TILT Architects

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[OFFICES] Case study 5

Enterprise House, the second of TILT’s new pair of creative co-working projects for Club Workspace, is situated on the Southbank, by Waterloo. TILT has created a library space with interactive touch screens embedded into writable walls, set next to its playful furniture piece, the Open Book. One of the key components of the project was to use intelligent design to recover and transform underused parts of the building. This required bespoke lighting by TILT and clever re-use of different entrances to the various spaces.

TILT has used a palette of bold and inventive finishes and materials, including stripped-back brickwork, colour to enhance pipework and exposed woods and metals, all to enhance the glory of the Victorian industrial units and create the work environment of the future. Like the Barley Mow Club Workspace, Enterprise House includes a range of TILT furniture.

Oliver Marlow, creative director, TILT

Project data

Completion December 2012
Gross internal area 260m²
Net:gross 77%
Cost £100,000, excluding FF&E
Cost/m² £385
Procurement JCT contract
M&E consultant Environmental Design Associates
Main contractor Redwood
Annual co² emissions n/a

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