|||||||||A series of MDF and cedar movable cubes provide a semi-private space for meetings or solo creative work|Dentsu’s mission statement is splashed around the office. Here it’s written in marker pen on a wall that has been painted as a whiteboard surface|The reception on the fifth floor|Red vinyl-covered foam tubes mark the entrance to the Attik meeting room, which sits alongside the canteen|Equipped with beanbags and a wide upholstered bench, the library has scope for serious lounging action|The specification of white furniture wisely accentuates Amanda Levete’s base-building architecture|Where all the big deals are done: a ‘specially made metal number’ designed to resemble an aircraft wing|Bright green resin tiles travelling up the stairwell to the penthouse are a seriously eye-catching detail||
06 Sep 2010

Dentsu’s London offices by Interactive Space

Words by Helen Parton

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