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A pop-up tree office opens in London to support the local environment

Imagine going to work, looking up from your computer and not seeing fluorescent lighting. Or better yet, not seeing stark white walls. If you live and work in London, this might be a reality because a brand new pop-up office has emerged in the city’s Hoxton Square.

It’s called TREExOFFICE and it provides eight work spaces, is equipped with electricity and WiFi, and can even hold small events inside.

To book a desk, workers only need to request access via email (here) and pay £15 per half day (that’s around AU$30). Companies can book the entire space for half a day for £120, and on the weekends, it’s free. Income generated from the hire of TREExOFFICE will go be reinvested into Hackney’s parks and green spaces.

Get one of these into every city, pronto!

Via Ur design

TREExOFFICE in London
TREExOFFICE in London
TREExOFFICE in London
TREExOFFICE in London

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