Gerard van Beek|Gerard van Beek|Gerard van Beek|Gerard van Beek|Gerard van Beek||Sitting in a Martian red landscape, Decos’s space-age workplace|Large angular internal voids are created by the building’s faceted shape|The upper floors contain desks and meeting areas, but there’s no fixed seating plan|The gleaming reception includes a board showing staff movement|Lunch pad: the kitchen/breakout space features imagery of men on the moon||
15 Sep 2011

Decos meteorite by Inbo

Words by James McLachlan

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