Above: Cafe configuration
The concept shows a bold new approach to 21st Century working spaces with a dynamic architectural representation.
Above: Cinema configuration
A complex rigging system of different panels or partitions and screens allows the space to be easily reconfigured for different uses, such as a café, lecture theatre, cinema or champagne bar.
Above: Champagne bar configuration
TILT co-founder Oliver Marlow says, “Increasingly we are seeing a search for an environment that can actually be changed and modified by its users; essentially an architecture of improvisation and flux, in constant motion.
“This transition in how we use existing buildings or design new ones is a natural consequence of the changes in how we work.”