||||||||A cantilevered glass box hangs over the showrooms’ entrance|G-Star’s hulking Amsterdam HQ is highly visible from the motorway it abuts|The interiors’ austere grey palette meets with G-Star’s wider branding|Creative spaces have been separated from the administrative functions|G-Star’s ‘reimagined’ Jean Prouvé range for Vitra appears in the boardroom|Temporary partitions help to define the otherwise uninterrupted working areas|Staggered floorplates and double-height spaces encourage interaction||
28 Aug 2014

G-Star Raw’s HQ by OMA

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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