|||||||Things may look salvaged, but in fact they are meticulously designed|Banquettes, hemmed in by railway sleepers, fill the centre of the room|AKQA’s office channels a cool hotel lobby with &Tradition’s Mayor sofa|Brick, concrete and safety glass: the holy trinity of industrial design|The dark-stained pine used for the flooring is also used for the desks|Eames chairs from Vitra surround a large reclaimed oak meeting table||
13 Oct 2014

Amos & Amos: avoiding the industrial cliché

Words by Jenny Brewer

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