Libreria is a new, independent bookstore by the popular co-working space Second Home (across the street from the store). Second Home designed by Selgas Cano, who also designed the bookstore, has a very clear brand and profile. It was the first co-working space that really understood how to build their tenant base.
The latest edition to popular Wework chain is at Old street, east London
As the Co-working offices marketplace grows, it is interesting to see which places really take of and why. New concepts are emerging, and there are several routes to become popular.
The London fashion designer JW Anderson, who is famous for his gender fluid clothes has opened his first rainbow coloured brick and mortar store in London. Continue reading
The Impact Hub is one of many emerging coworking spaces in London. As soon as you enter this warm and inviting space it is clear what the brand is about. Continue reading
Fancy a glass of wine inside your local supermarket? Or perhaps a cookery lesson? Or no shopping at all; just enjoying the bar. New Waitrose in London King’s Cross is trying to make you stay longer (and buy more) by adding activities that would lengthen your stay. Continue reading
Open House London gives a fantastic opportunity to discover architectural places you normally wouldn’t. Rooftop gardens are not that common in London; but this flat has two separate terraces. Continue reading
This year’s Serpentine Pavilion in London’s Hyde Park is designed by up-and-coming Spanish architects José Selgas and Lucía Cano. It follows the footsteps of last year’s less known architect Smiljan Radić. Both works are much more experimental than previous pavilions of well known architects, and the material use plays an important part in the design. Continue reading