|||||||||||Fabric, laminated between the glass panes, adds privacy|Glass stair treads help throw the light from top to bottom|Channel lighting cleanly delineates the atrium boundary|Oak joinery unites the various spaces across the whole office|Moroso’s patchwork Joy stools lend a non-corporate exuberance|Oak detailing makes the cafe/lounge area feel more intimate|Moroso’s Field sofa; furniture was all procured by Publicis|Publicis’ lion logo pops up in some unexpected places|Steel windows are sympathetic replacements|A streamlined white kitchen blends in with the wider office||
26 May 2015

A united front for comms giant Publicis’ HQ

Words by Samantha Tse

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