27 May '16, 1pm

Tom Dixon transforms a 17th-century London church into a chic co-working space

temporarily transformed a 17th-century church into a creative space that offers much more than morning prayer service. Working in collaboration with the church’s vicar Andrew Baughen, Dixon converted the St. James Church in Clerkenwell into a co-working space and restaurant as part of London’s Clerkenwell Design Week that ran from May 24 to May 26. The addition of Dixon’s geometric bespoke furnishings and lighting fixtures gives the unique building a refreshing contemporary edge.

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