Moxon Architects Studio

Embedded in the natural terrain, the Moxon Architects Studio sets up shop in the Scottish Highlands. The dual structures occupy an existing contour in the landscape. Each volume is separated by function, with the road-side building housing the more communal areas and the other consisting of private workspaces and meeting rooms. A covered walkway joins the two spaces and also acts as an outdoor break space to enjoy the surrounding forest's birch, rowan, and aspen trees.

Photos: Moxon Architects

  • Camp David

    Located in Brooklyn's Industrial City, Camp David is giving co-working a sophisticated update. The workspace takes on a Mad Men aesthetic with warm walnut woods, dark leather, and midcentury furniture that has all of the modern luxuries for today's startup. With furnished workstations, private offices, conference rooms, and soundproof studios, there are accommodations for everyone from freelancers to small business. Memberships run month-to-month and include gym access, a general store, concierge service, and a bar that acts as a cafe by day and transforms into a swanky after-hours spot at night.

    Photos: Camp David

  • Flahalo Office

    Housed in the former site for Nanxing Glass Manufacturing, the Flahalo Office integrates its former function into its new design. The workspace navigates its ill-proportioned structure by dividing it up into three areas. The spaces are connected by a pair of raw iron tunnels, creating a single exit and entrance route, encouraging exploration and interaction between coworkers. The existing concrete ceilings and raw brick walls were left exposed, while the addition of glass in the corridor and over rough-cut openings in the walls are a nod to the building's factory heritage.

    Photos: Kevin Ho / Narration

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