|||||A zinc-clad pod incorporates an extra glass-enclosed meeting space on top|Four pods in varying sizes and materials create a miniature cityscape in the office|BDG’s interior design is open, flexible and ad-hoc in feel, with exposed ceilings and services, breeze-blocks and concrete, and large writable walls|The four rooms are like miniature buildings within the ground-floor workspace||
16 Mar 2015

BDG’s miniature cityscape of office meeting cubes

Words by Jenny Brewer

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