Rob Parrish||||||||Property developers Cathedral take residence in a converted church|The new HQ is in a grade II listed church from the 1700s|Details like the Eames Hang It All coatrack add colour and an element of humour|Original wood panelling lines the walls next to white storage units|Office furniture is kept simple in the main work area so as not to compete with what used to be the altar|Down in the crypt, the boardroom. Backlit whiteboards run the length of the vaulted brickwork|A new mezzanine level provides a place for informal meetings||

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