||||||||A serenely minimal reception area puts all the focus on the news output on the screens|Ceiling detail|The newsroom, with its swooping desks, is occasionally used as a backdrop for filming|Informal meetings and coffee in the light-filled kitchen area|Control rooms and edit suites are sited in the core, screened off by curved walls of glass||
29 Apr 2015

Al Jazeera’s new HQ at the cutting edge of The Shard

Words by Clare Dowdy

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