Morley Sternberg|||||||||The reception desk is a bespoke design with a leather top|The customised storage units by the workstations are inspired by shipping crates to reflect the transient nature of the brief|The joinery for the ‘shipping crates’ is deliberately raw and crude|The units double up as room dividers and can easily be closed up and moved away|The desks by Herman Miller can easily be dismantled, so the company is flexible to both expand or downsize|The fit-out by 11.04 really comes to life with creative touches from the Digitas staff|The blackboard paint in the meeting rooms encourages the teams to express and share their ideas – a tendency that has spread throughout the building|Tea chests and crates were the main inspiration behind the storage units 11.04 had made||

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