Scott Home is a minimalist and versatile workspace positioned in London's Waterloo Station, designed by Ben Adams Architects in partnership with TOG. The workspace supplies 30,000 sq. ft of workplace house on three flooring, offering widespread areas and assembly rooms in a Japanese-inspired aesthetic.
To create a serene and peaceable house, the architects selected to make use of a impartial palette of stained ash and birch plywood. Then again, the assembly rooms use a definite shade of shade to match the Kvadrat textiles that encompass the TOG co-chairs, designed in collaboration with Menu and Norm Architects.
Architects carried out a grid system within the house to divide, body and spotlight focus areas. Reed glass improves the privateness of decrease ranges whereas maximizing pure mild. The double-height ceiling and shared lounge space options outsized paper lanterns and modern wall lamps that line up with wall panels.
Photograph by Nicholas Worley.