Electric Dreams|Electric Dreams|Electric Dreams|Electric Dreams|Electric Dreams||Tom Dixon’s fluoro Slab table and bench, framed by pegboard to hang clothes on|Each floor has its own “cottage” conference rooms, with their own personality|Make your point: pencil-clad pegboard walls|The tongue-and groove MDF panelling was inspired by rural Scandinavian cottages|Walls made from notepads encourage creativity: just peel off when you’re done||
18 Aug 2011

Fabric Retail Global office by Electric Dreams

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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