Benjamin Boccas|||||A ceiling of reclaimed wood scraps is the prominent feature of the new Bearstech office|Wall partitioning was removed in order to expose the lovely red brick and Parisian rock|The cave-like meeting room can be clearly seen through the shopfront window|A bench made of industrial cardboard and felt divides the work area from the meeting room||
20 Aug 2009

Bearstech Parisian HQ by Paul Coudamy

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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