Matthijs van Roon|Matthijs van Roon|Matthijs van Roon|Matthijs van Roon|Matthijs van Roon|Matthijs van Roon|Matthijs van Roon||The building’s central hub, dubbed “Eneco World” by its designers|Lots of meeting space in reception helps to foster a spirit of openness|Dam & Partners’ building, with a living wall running up the lower floors|Receptionists stand up behind Corian pods, and walk to greet visitors|Breakout space next to the auditorium; both are in dramatic monochrome|Colourful islands of informal meeting space, with Vitra’s Polder sofas|Core working areas also sit on “colour islands”, with a more sober palette||
17 Oct 2012

Eneco offices by Hofman Dujardin Architecten

Words by Jenny Brewer

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