Workspace Design Award Winner 2022

The winner of this year’s Flexible Space Association Workspace Design Award was TOG for 210 Euston Road, in London.

It was the first TOG workspace to open following the lockdown periods of the pandemic, when people’s working behaviours and the function of the office was changing.  The key priority for the company was ensuring the space was optimised for this new world of work.

The design of 210 Euston Road aims to offer people a workplace that they would want to come back to, giving them everything they could possibly need to get through the working day, while being warm, texturally rich, and a pleasure to spend time in.

It is designed to accommodate businesses of all sizes, with two floors dedicated to large-scale enterprise or individual businesses with space for up to 150 workstations, and other floors devoted to smaller units and coworking space.

The building sits within London’s Knowledge Quarter, a short walk from institutions such as the British Library and the Wellcome Trust.  In working on the design of the workspace, it was important to TOG that the space should respect the building’s history, and had the feel of a ‘contemporary institution’ – a place to establish connections, develop productive partnerships, fruitful networks and creative interaction.

You can take a virtual tour of 210 Euston Road.

Pictured left to right are Chairman of the Flexible Space Association, Freya Cross, Mark Davison of Glide, a Headline Sponsor of the FlexSA Gala Dinner, and James Bocking collecting the award on behalf of TOG. 

6 December 2022

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