Chris Gascoigne|Chris Gascoigne|Chris Gascoigne|Chris Gascoigne|Chris Gascoigne|Chris Gascoigne|Chris Gascoigne||Digital space Glue Isobar brings a bit of edgy Shoreditch to Regent’s Place|MoreySmith created a different look for each of Aegis’s multiple brands|The ground floor cafe is a communal space for all the building’s various brands|Sliding garage doors close off the meeting rooms in Glue Isobar’s space|Reception areas on each floor are branded with floor-to-ceiling graphics|Media planners Carat’s reception: the layout on every floor is the same|Carat’s meeting space: MoreySmith had already designed its previous HQ||
06 Dec 2011

Aegis Group headquarters by MoreySmith

Words by Rachel Calton

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