Disused Paper Mill reused for a new workspace!
Increasing numbers of paper mills shut their doors across the world but some visionary architects are taking the opportunity to re-use them. That was the mission for the workspace of Paper Mill Studios, a creative workspace that’s home to film and photography studios, desk rentals, set kitchens and event spaces. The workspace interior decor was finely made and turned into a beautiful interior design project. The contemporary pendant lights used in this workspace project just makes it even more appetizing.
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Gresford Architects’ converted a three-story disused paper mill in London. The historic mill was transformed into the Paper Mill Studios, a multi-use space. The office space design was meant to bring some glam and life into the old building.
The group of architects worked closely with to restore the historic interior design. With an additional internal second floor mezzanine and a new Glazed & Black zinc clad rear extension, the architectural interventions were developed in hand with Sarah and Sam’s interior design to create an eclectic, unique and modern interior project.
The modern interior design was shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Awards 2016. Breathtakingly beautiful, the interior of this workspace just brings light, comfort and an aura of enlightenment to the people who work there.
Big spaces, big lighting, the good kind of light. All key elements in a workplace. In this studio, for sure, that is not what is missing. The contemporary pendant lights give the room a charming aura and a modern interior decor.
The industrial feeling wasn’t lost in this workspace. We’re sure this was one of the most interesting projects in the workspace area.
All Photography Courtesy by French & Tye
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