It’s never been a better time to be a landlord in London, but what happens when the most coveted new office is constructed in a tree?
TREExOFFICE is the creation of Australian American artist, Natalie Jeremijenko, in collaboration with artists Shuster + Moseley and architects Tate Harmer.
In the canopy of an urban tree, it offers an alternative to the conventional working space and economy. Acting as its own landlord, this tree offers sanctuary, a power supply, and free WiFi amongst the bustle of East London. The workspace is owned and operated by the tree itself, with revenues made being reinvested into Hackney’s parks.
To book the TREExOFFICE for co-working, meetings or for your community group visit treexoffice.london.
TREExOFFICE has been created by Natalie Jeremijenko in collaboration with artists Shuster + Moseley, architects Tate Harmer, and briefing architects Gensler. It was commissioned by Artsadmin for 2 Degrees Festival 2015 and Groundwork London as part of the innovative Park Hack project.
Park Hack is a Rethinking Parks project led by Groundwork London in partnership with The London Borough of Hackney and with support from Gensler. The Rethinking Parks Programme is funded by Nesta, Big Lottery Fund England and Heritage Lottery Fund.
|1 June – 15 December 2015||Natalie Jeremijenko: TREExOFFICE||Hoxton Square||London|