D1 Architecture 00
Building D1 offers serviced studios from 230 sqft.
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Services & facilities
Access 7 days a week
Discounted day guest passes
Incredible views of the River Thames
Outdoor Breakout Space
Includes access to a print bureau and a photography studio — all kitted out with everything required to bring your ideas to life. Facilities include: low and high-end 3D printing, laser cutting and engraving, vinyl cutting , spray booth, introductory model making facilities and more.
Choose from five meeting rooms across the district — kitted out with the things necessary for smooth-running and productive meetings. Including: Superfast WI-FI, Smart TV and ample wall space for scribbles and post-it notes. Meeting rooms are available between 8am and 8pm every weekday.
Food hall and kitchen
Canteen Food Hall and Bar is the bustling heart of Design District — a place for eating, meeting, socialising and relaxing. In an airy, plant-filled transparent structure by SelgasCano, independently run food stalls serve up innovative global fare to tenants, visitors and local residents. The industrial kitchen is available to on-site event caterers and doubles as a test kitchen.
Rooftop basketball court
The open-air basketball court occupies a commanding position, with high transparent walls affording views across The O2 and beyond. In addition to hosting a range of sports and wellness activities — including basketball, HIIT and yoga — the space can be hired for everything from pop-up cinema events to photoshoots.
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Video Meet David Saxby, Architecture 00
with Jemima Burrill, curator and cultural consultant to NOW Gallery
For the penultimate event in this series, Jemima Burrill speaks to David Saxby of collaborative studio Architecture 00. The pair were joined by Saxby’s fellow co-founder Lynton Pepper for a discussion taking in open source furniture, defending buildings from air rifle attacks and the Design District rooftop basketball court.