Published on Wed Dec 13, 2017 by David J Colbran
I was recently commissioned to take some interior, editorial style photography at a relatively new workspace called Launch 22.
Great to see the globalised trend style hitting Liverpool with the opening of some new work space in the city. Sure it is not a new thing in Merseyside, hot desking, pay-as-you go shared offices, open planned workspaces etc. But Launch 22 stands out from the crowd for those who like their aesthetic aspirations to be completely on-trend.
Think start-ups, creative SMEs and bearded individuals and you've got it. Factor in posh coffee, concrete floors, reclaimed wood, Edison bulbs, and refurbished industrial lighting and we've arrived.
Situated in the Tempest building on Tithebarn Street in the heart of the commercial district of Liverpool, Launch22 has easy access to transport links, parking and near-by bars/restaurants. Like similar spaces it offers flexible membership options. Also it has access to other facilities in the office block including the rather excellent rooftop garden and private meeting rooms.
Many thanks to Georgina, the manager for showing me around.
If you've arrived here looking to get some interior photography commissioned, drop me a message or give me a call.
And of course, check the Launch 22 site via the jump.Tags: interior, workspace, commercial
Author: David J Colbran
In between meetings I met business man Will and got a few classic portraits on the waterfront and of course the iconic Pierhead. So if you doing business in Liverpool, need some quick but quality coverage of your time here, drop me a message.
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