Chuck Wilkins|Chuck Wilkins|Chuck Wilkins|Chuck Wilkins|Chuck Wilkins|Chuck Wilkins|Chuck Wilkins|Chuck Wilkins||BGT Partners wanted a workplace that reflected its laid-back, sociable ethos|Rockin’ out in the “jam room” (the musical kind, not the kind you put on toast)|Plywood and concrete answers a contradictory “rustic industrial” brief|A gong is sounded to celebrate new projects|Glass-cocooned meeting rooms signal the firm’s culture of openness|Space to grow: currently housing 120 employees, the building can expand to fit 220|A giant whiteboard and squishy Fritz Hansen Swan chairs aid creative thinking|With its floor lamp and zebra-skin, the library takes a domestic approach||
16 May 2012

Florida ad agency’s laid back HQ

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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