The Office furniture Company (TOFC) & The Mix Design Hub
The Mix Design Hub is the architectural manifestation of culture, cuisine and innovative office design in Accra, Ghana.
Accra, the capital of Ghana, is unquestionably one of the most exciting city-scape on the continent right now. Nestled in the heart of Osu, the capital’s most dynamic and trendy neighborhood.
The Mix Design Hub creates a cosmopolitan gathering place showcasing innovation through Furniture, Culture, Art, Food and Design. The multipurpose space, set over 1000 square meters, gives the dynamic city bursting with young creative talents the space to collaborate and connect with international visionaries and industry experts.
The modern 4 story building is a showcase of sustainable architecture and design with unique cultural accents. The over 1000 square meters hosts:
The Office Furniture Company – Complete office solutions and space creation -
The company has been in existence for over 14 years, delivering the best office furniture and designs sourced from Europe. We are the sole representative of some of the top furniture and flooring companies such as Steelcase, Nowy Styl, Carl Hansen & Son, USM Modular Furniture, Interface Flooring Solution.
Co-working spaces and meeting rooms in a modern and aesthetic environment.
The Gallery, a perfect multi-purpose space to host a diversity of events, such as fashion shows, Art exhibitions, lectures, cultural discussions, private dinners and Corporate events...
The Mix Restaurant: Nestled on the rooftop overlooking the skyline of Osu, some of the most iconic tourist sites and the Atlantic Ocean is the new hotspot to enjoy the stunning African sunset while trying some of the most exciting cocktails in Accra.
The restaurant presents fresh and healthy Afro European dishes showcasing influences from around the world.
Binta Ata, founder of The Mix Design Hub, created the space to appreciate, celebrate and support African design and innovation, especially by women, “Many of the elements used within our space are made by local creatives and it is exciting to see how amazing some of them are”. “Minimizing our environmental impact is a major goal across all of our initiatives. The majority of building materials are sourced locally and are recyclable. The wood used throughout the building is reclaimed wood from the Volta Lake.
Local artisans’ works are found throughout the building such as our chandeliers, made from mouth blown recycled glass beads.
Industrial waste stones and slate can be found in our washrooms restaurant and gallery floors. All our clay planters are made in a small village in the Volta Region.”
Our welcoming Adinkra Symbols Art work at our front desk with its various meanings in English and Ga are to pay tribute to the traditional area we are located, same as our door handles. Proud of our tradition it is our way to tell our story and that of our continent.