|||||||||Free-standing cupboard doors brighten up the fixed elements of the reception areas.|Bright storage with removable panels gives a glimpse in to the workspace|Top-lit studio space given a rough, textural look with OSB wall panelling|The plywood reception desk sets an informal tone for the workspace|Separated by cloakroom space, the booths are a popular spot with staff|Konstantin Grcic’s Miura stools for Plank help to up the design credentials|Mismatched dining chairs were cribbed from Uniform’s former office|The desks are arranged in two rows sitting directly under the rooflights||
29 Jun 2014

A versatile design for Uniform, by Snook Architects

Words by Helen Parton

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