|||||The installation of a mezzanine level almost doubled the available commercial space in Goods Shed North|Quiet working areas secluded under the mezzanine level. Note the use of recovered wooden doors from the original building as decorative features|Four towers, constructed using steel or wood were inserted into the build to be used as meeting rooms|Old doors from the original building were turned into a giant communal table||

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