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Tate Harmer builds pop-up office in Hoxton Square

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Recently renamed practice Tate Harmer is building a temporary co-working space wrapped around a tree in East London’s Hoxton Square

The installation, named TREExOFFICE, will be rented out to fundraise for environmental regeneration charity Groundwork’s work in Hackney’s parks and open spaces.  

Up to eight people can work in the space which is equipped with a power supply and WiFi and will also be able to host small meetings and small events.

Created by engineer and artist Natalie Jeremijenko in collaboration with architects Tate Harmer, Gensler, and artist Shuster + Moseley, the pop-up will provide views out across the square and up into the tree’s canopy.

The workspaces will be available for businesses, creative workers, and community groups to hire from 9 June until December.

Tate Harmer TREExOFFICE

Project data

Location Hoxton Square, Hackney, East London
Type of project temporary office space
Client Groundwork London, Arts Admin, Hackney Council
Architect Tate Harmer
Briefing architect Gensler
Engineer Natalie Jeremijenko
Artist Shuster + Moseley

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