Antony Weller|Hufton + Crow|Richard Bryant/ Arcaid x 2/ Hufton + Crow|Hufton + Crow|Hufton + Crow|Antony Weller/ Hufton + Crow x 2|Antony Weller/ Hufton + Crow x 2||Now arriving at Milton Keynes: the Quadrant’s giant atrium|The entrance sits under a vast brise soleil|GMW’s simple and thrifty use of materials|Four H-shaped volumes form the building|Floor-by-floor colour coding aids wayfinding|Private pods are dotted around the open-plan space|Vitra furniture, such as the orange Organic chairs, is used throughout||
17 Apr 2013

Network Rail HQ by GMW Architects

Words by James McLachlan

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