Occupying the Hofpoort Building, formerly the headquarters for Shell, it was a natural continuation of the co-working concept. Photo by Jansje Klazinga.
A steel frame concept forms a variety of work environments and support facilities. Photo by Jansje Klazinga.
Cherry-wood paneling is used to create partitions in the framework that break up the space and form different work zones. Photo by Jansje Klazinga
The structure enabled the design team to detach the new interventions away from the original concrete features of the building. Photo by Jansje Klazinga.
A double-height library space with cherry-wood bookshelves, a 30-foot-long reading table, and Vitra Allstar chairs provide a quiet communal space. Photo by Jansje Klazinga.
Areas of soft seating and cafe tables occupy the open spaces around the framework. Photo by Jansje Klazinga.
Previously with YRM Architects, Sevil Peach, along with Gary Turnbull, founded their own design and architecture studio SevilPeach in 1994. Photo by Jansje Klazinga.
Library seating: Vitra
Lounge/reception seating: Carl Hansen