Ed Reeve|||||The Barber Osgerby Home table with Corian top serves as a reception desk|A bespoke bookcase filled with trinkets links the ground floor and basement|Low booths look elegant and provide an ideal space for staff and guests to sit down together|Meeting rooms are kept warm with earthy tones like mustard, grey and timber||
08 Jun 2009

Fallon HQ by Universal Design Studios

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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