Micky Hoyle|Micky Hoyle|Micky Hoyle|Micky Hoyle|Micky Hoyle||An OSB-lined shipping container has been turned into an intimate waiting area|A lo-fi, colourful industrial look makes the best use of a limited budget|Stadium seating acts as a connecting staircase; it houses a kitchen beneath|Taking advantage of the double-height ceiling, large trees line the cafe area|Planks of pine, fixed diagonally, screen off a simple seating area||
27 Mar 2014

99c headquarters by Inhouse Brand Architects

Words by Emily Pacey

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