Hufton+Crow/Chris Ansell|Hufton+Crow/Chris Ansell|Hufton+Crow/Chris Ansell|Hufton+Crow/Chris Ansell|Hufton+Crow/Chris Ansell|Hufton+Crow/Chris Ansell|Hufton+Crow/Chris Ansell|Hufton+Crow/Chris Ansell||Desks fan out from two horseshoe-shaped banks, with the news studio behind|”More of a trading floor than an office”: the new Broadcasting House|Home-grown furniture from brands such as Lloyd Loom and Naughtone|The Media Cafe, where the visiting public and members of staff mix|Staff can escape from the glare of working in a giant studio in the News Cafe|Lounge space in the World Service’s new home on the fifth floor|There are 50 radio studios; the strip of light outside glows when on-air|Foreign correspondents’ images line the walls of breakout spaces||
17 Oct 2012

BBC’s London HQ by HOK

Words by James McLachlan

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