||||||||||||The glass facade replaces a metal firewall|Three of the six floors were removed to create high ceilings and spacious interiors|The office areas are separated by acoustic partitions upholstered on one side with pale aqua|Signage by The Kitchen|The boardroom is a freestanding structure on the ground floor||The rough walls have been smoothed over for a Nordic aesthetic|Bathroom and changing room signage|PJ Specia desk lamp from Örsjö Belysning|Pressure dials and levers from the factory|The building prior to rennovation||
16 Jun 2015

Scandinavian minimalism for Octopharma HQ

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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