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A ground-hugging caterpillar that glows at night. A regal edifice inspired by Venetian palazzi. A multi-tiered structure topped with a sports court and wrapped in a translucent veil. The architectural diversity of Design District — a London development boasting contributions by SelgasCano, David Kohn Architects and Architecture 00, to name just a few — integrates a wide range of visionary forces into one densely packed area.

And its program has much the same purpose. Intended specifically to provide co-working and office space for creative industries, the project not only helps bring artists and designers together, but looks to solve a recurring problem of working in an exorbitantly costly city: having to pack up and move to new...

In London, a Co-working Development Celebrates Strength in Diversity

The multi-use Design District development boasts offices by a range of firms to give local creatives a permanent home.

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