Philip Vile|Philip Vile|Philip Vile|Philip Vile|Philip Vile|Philip Vile|Philip Vile|Philip Vile||A rotating ad sits alongside the reception desk, which introduces the red goalpost detail|A London Eye graphic sits above the new link staircase between the ground and first floors|The boardroom with red light fixtures, wall and seats. The Sagal Group supplied all the furniture in the refit|A new stair acts as a hub, with casual seating areas on the ground|Red circular manifestations on the glass wall of an editing suite|Open-plan workspace|‘Floating’ red box structures organise the space while maintaining a feeling of openness|Informal meeting point in the ground floor work area||
19 Jan 2011

Comic Relief by The Interiors Group & Jump Studio

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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