Thierry Cardineau|Thierry Cardineau|Thierry Cardineau|Thierry Cardineau|Thierry Cardineau|Thierry Cardineau|Thierry Cardineau|Thierry Cardineau|Thierry Cardineau|Thierry Cardineau||The staircase – created by cutting an enormous hole in the ceiling – is wide enough for informal meeting spaces|At the top of the main staircase a production screen can drop down for larger presentations|Flanking the lifts are two booths for private time that could easily go unnoticed|The area belonging to direct marketing specialists Elvis is home to picnic tables and astroturf|And there are garden sheds – seemingly a staple of the modern-day creative working environment|Front doors in a range of colours and textures form a ‘streetscape’|On the third floor a snug space is given over to Chesterfield sofas, rattan chairs and task seating|Pendant lamps are created by delicate strips of wood forming a bulb shape|Desks are arranged haphazardly rather than in regimented rows|The designers wanted to contrast the rough with the smooth – shown here with chipboard and polished tiles||
16 Mar 2011

Esprit de corps HQ by Interactive Space

Words by Helen Parton

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