Mark Nicholson|Mark Nicholson|Mark Nicholson|Mark Nicholson|Mark Nicholson|Mark Nicholson|Mark Nicholson|Mark Nicholson||De Vorm’s Pod chairs line the windows in one of the communal ClubRooms|A zigzag of fluorescent lights contrasts with Victorian brickwork|Formerly a ballroom, this space is now intended for a single tenant|Eastbourne Terrace, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel|Supports from the old railway shed have been left exposed in the corridor|Oak joinery houses lockers, bar-style seating and private booths|One of two reception areas – the building can be accessed off the platform|Single desks offer an alternative to the open communal areas||
26 Feb 2014

dMFK’s Brunel restoration for The Office Group

Words by Jenny Brewer

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