London based boutique interior design firm 1.61 London has been chosen to lead on the interior design of the flagship Colony co-working space in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Set to be to be the largest co-working space, the 4th offering from Colony will total 35,000 sq. ft of space, which includes a 12,000 sq. ft rooftop garden and terrace overlooking the landmark Petronas Tower in Kuala Lumpur City Centre.
Alex Christou, Director, 1.61 London said, “We are very excited to be working on such a premium space in the capital of Malaysia and are looking forward to creating a totally unique and innovative design with our partners at Colony. We share the amazing vision that CEO Tim Tiah has for the future of the working space.”
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