Gareth Gardner/ Will Pryce|Gareth Gardner/ Will Pryce|Gareth Gardner/ Will Pryce|Gareth Gardner/ Will Pryce|Gareth Gardner/ Will Pryce|Gareth Gardner/ Will Pryce|Gareth Gardner/ Will Pryce|Gareth Gardner/ Will Pryce||Quay House’s rows of circular seating signal a move away from formal spaces|A cartoon approach to colour and scale makes for an energetic place to work|Storage inspired by the digital pixel, with clashing colours taken from a TV test card|ID:SR’s “activity-driven design” means lots of non-workstation areas for meetings|MediaCityUK: uneasy in its surroundings, it hides a much more thought-through interior|A different coloured timber (here stained black) distinguishes each building|The textile used on the stools is the result of a student design competition|ID:SR targeted British furniture brands like James Burleigh and naughtone||
06 Dec 2011

BBC moves North

Words by Helen Parton

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