||||||||The lounge has a hovering effect from the painted shapes on the floor|Open plan work area with treated chairs and desks|An elks head looks down over the library and the meeting space|Chalkboard paint provides a brainstorm wall in the work area|Chesterfield sofas and a standing lamp are given a new lease on life|The used furniture came from ebay, charity shops and Gummo’s old office|Special rubberised spray paint was applied to everything||
12 May 2009

Dutch creative agency Gummo’s offices by i29

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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