Blog/Inside The Headquarters Of HelloFresh

Hello Fresh UK entrance and reading area.

Vintage industrial Revo lights hang in front of the staff 'wall of fame'. A meeting area features rustic shelving to hold over 5,000 cookery books.

 

The co-founder of HelloFresh, internationally renowned 60-Second Chef Patrick Drake, lives in an open-plan loft in London’s fashionable Shoreditch. Just a stone’s throw away are the HelloFresh headquarters, where his love of warehouse living has also influenced the decor. Patrick's style is laid-back, with vintage and salvaged details. He has personally overseen much of the interior design at the HelloFresh London office, finding its vintage furniture and lighting. We took a seat at the chef’s table to find out more.

Photography by Debbie Bragg.

Vintage wooden post office display shelves.

Pre-war wooden post office sorting shelves serve as a creative display area in the office, adding distinct vintage industrial character to the space.

 

Reclaimed timber scaffolding with metal rivet detailing.

Patrick commissioned meeting tables from scaffold boards with metal rivet detailing. Designs like this add to the overall rustic industrial aesthetic. 

 

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