Tim Soar/Carlo Carossio|Tim Soar/Carlo Carossio|Tim Soar/Carlo Carossio|Tim Soar/Carlo Carossio|Tim Soar/Carlo Carossio|Tim Soar/Carlo Carossio|Tim Soar/Carlo Carossio||MAD London: Jefferson Hack’s new venture|A large glass and steel bookshelf divides up the reception space|The plywood staircase, suspended from the mezzanine floor|DOSarchitects’ plywood and tweed built-in seating|Plasterboard and carpet tiles were removed, and a concrete floor poured|The mezzanine level, designed to be flexible in case needs change|Desks are in either white lacquer and plywood, or steel and iroko||
21 Jan 2013

Amin Taha and DOS take on Jefferson Hack’s MAD London

Words by Clare Dowdy

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