Fred Rigby Studio at the iconic Victoria House for LABS

10th May 2021 | 2 min read

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To enrich our spaces at Victoria House we’ve worked with Fred Rigby Studio to create a furniture set. Within more than 8,000 sq ft of communal space a range of, tables and dividers, add an additional layer of warmth to our latest workspace in London’s Knowledge Quarter.

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Creating a beautiful contrast with the historic architecture of Victoria House, the natural and organic shapes of the collection, a hallmark of Fred Rigby’s style, also help ensure a balance is struck between LABS’ design philosophy of creating workplaces that provide a sense of home and the retention of the core functionality of the breakout spaces.


Fred Rigby’s designs are inspired by nature’s soft silhouettes, such as pebbles on the beach or the soft curves of a pond, and the collection at Victoria House replicates these ethereal forms to bring a delicate, tactile and comforting touch to the interiors.

Inspiration for the collection’s range of tables was also taken from the oak doors of this landmark building, while oak has also been used to create screen dividers to deliver an elegant contrast with the vast amount of marble within Victoria House.

A stand-out moment are the curvaceous armchairs in oak and a boucle fabric, which add further texture and detail to the spaces.


Each piece from the collection has been thoughtfully designed to elevate breakout spaces for people to connect and collaborate in comfort.