TREExOFFICE is a prototype office created to bring up a new co-working space for community workers and creative people. Designed by Natalie Jeremijenko in association with artists Shuster + Moseley, Tate Harmer and Genseler, the pop-up office in London’s Hoxton square offers a calm working space.
The project is first initiated by Park Hack project, which is further led by Groundwork London and Hackney Council to set up a contemporary space that can sustain and enhance easily in open and public places. Build around a tree, this ultramodern office space is made using compressed paper, whereas the outer walls deploy see-through plastic and translucent polycarbonate, allowing ample light to dispense into the space.
According to TREExOFFICE website, this unique co-working concept offers eight individual to share the premises for holding small meetings and events. The tree office is equipped with power supply and WiFi connectivity for hassle free meetings.
The pop-up office is a way to depict one’s closeness with the nature, as see-through material allows people sitting inside to correlate and connect with the nature and the surroundings, which conventional office spaces fail to offer. So, if you are planning to organize a meet up inside the TREExOFFICE, then Park Hack has three lucrative options for you ranging from £15 to few hundred bucks to rent the entire space for half a day on weekdays and raise some money for beautification of surroundings at the same time.