It’s a big milestone in the ongoing rebirth of Camden Town this week, as the 600-desk Interchange Atrium co-working space officially opens on Thursday with a big all day/night event (register for your free invite below).
The daytime programme will showcase all aspects of the new entrepreneurial spirit at the heart of Camden Market: from a panel featuring resident tech startups like health app Doctify and event-finding service Fever, to a keynote speech from design supremo Tom Dixon, whose team have been responsible for fitting out this vast new workspace.
Also look out for high profile industry-specific panels from the worlds of fashion (including the founders of ASOS and Made.com), media (with representatives from Google, Vice and Videopath) and music, (with Boiler Room, Roli and Apple Music/iTunes).
Then in the evening there are DJ sets from the Moody Collective and also Mike Skinner, the man who first burst onto the scene as boundary-pushing urban lyricist The Streets.
Drink will flow courtesy of local brewers and distilleries – naturally – so expect Camden Town Brewery’s acclaimed beers, Half Hitch Gin from just across the cobbles in Camden Lock and cocktails from brand new on-site restaurant Atrium Kitchen, which opened this week too.
You may know that Kentishtowner publishing house London Belongs to Me Ltd – that’s us, *waves* – have been based at Interchange since the first buildings opened back in October, so we can safely say that the transformation taking place here is well worth checking out.
We also publish the in-house magazine, Interchanger, and free copies of the latest issue will be available to take home for all who attend the launch event. You can also read it below for more on the event spaces, innovations labs and other facilities at the all-new Atrium.[real3dflipbook id=”24″]