Pascal Gambarte|Pascal Gambarte|Pascal Gambarte|Pascal Gambarte|Pascal Gambarte|Pascal Gambarte|Pascal Gambarte||A gold ‘house’ provides closed-off spaces, acting as a big room divider|View through the Gold House, clad in Dibond aluminium composite panels|The original wood-block floor was hidden under a thick layer of dirt|A cosy domestic look contrasts with the industrial style used elsewhere|The clock is an original feature from the building’s days as a metal workshop|Mass lunchtime gatherings are an important part of the work ethic|Up in the eaves, light floods in through the industrial windows||
25 Sep 2013

Designliga’s cavernous Munich workspace

Words by Emily Pacey

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