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||

Editor’s picks

Rolling Stock Yard by Squire & Partners brings industrial-aesthetic workspaces to King’s Cross

Noke Architects design jewellery boutique inspired by soft, fluid shapes

LOEHR’s new collection brings playful colour to functional furniture

Studio Edwards insert steel-framed pods into warehouse office

Blå Station introduces hygiene screens into its modular seating

Caran d’Ache’s new exotic wood pencils conjure the spirit of the Alps

Inside Pedrali’s New Ideas for 2020

Masquespacio creates a colour blocked co-working space in Valencia

Vitra launches new Dancing Office furniture system

Instagram


Workplace | Design | Architecture