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Spring Place Co-Working


Co-working spaces for the creative industries with a ground floor opening out to the public realm, housing a café, bar and events spaces along the railway arches.

Spring Place Co-Working

3–6 Spring Place replaces a dilapidated car workshop in Kentish Town with 6 storeys of flexible co-working space. The complex site is dissected at an angle by the North London Overground line, and the building celebrates this complex geometry, embracing the unexpected left over volumes. The ground floor will open out to the public realm and will house a café, bar, event and meeting spaces along a courtyard which runs along the railway arches.

Rooted in both the industrial heritage and growing creative industries of this part of Kentish Town, the architecture references the articulated roofscapes, steel infrastructure of the railway and the solidity of Victorian brickwork.

Our approach has sought to provide a characterful working environment that exploits the industrial aesthetic of the site. We have focused on creating spaces that are flexible, engaging, inspiring and that offer different workplace environments that members can move between throughout their working day – from quiet cellular spaces through to open plan, lively and collaborative environments.


Kentish Town, London
Gross Floor Area:
48,900 sqft
Planning Consent December 2016


  • NLA Workplaces (Unbuilt) Winner 2017

Project Team

  • DP9, Planning Consultant
  • Heyne Tillett Steel, Structural Engineer
  • Cundall, M&E consultant
  • Jackson Coles, Quantity Surveyor


  • Jack Hobhouse, Model Photography