|||||||||||All that was left in the building was the concrete core and airconditioning|The open-atrium spans five storeys|The openness of the office leads to transparency and connectivity|The 13m LED screen dominates the atrium|Taking a break from the open-office environment|Bespoke lighting was created for key areas|Printing plates from the 50s and 80s line the ceiling|500 wooden pallets were repurposed|Agrricultural wire mesh used for the ballustrade|The original concrete floors were ground and polished||
09 Jan 2015

Detroit office wears its past on its sleeve

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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