Richard Install|Richard Install|Richard Install|Richard Install|Richard Install|Richard Install|Richard Install|Richard Install|Richard Install|Richard Install||The old goods yard, now the hub of the building|Elder Street, Spitalfields: home to weavers, cow-keepers –and now The Future Laboratory|Trend forecasters perform their alchemy in this cork-walled working space|The vertical vegetable garden, lovingly tended by members of staff|Striving for a more homely feel, the cosy canteen is a favourite spot|Open-plan space is complemented by plenty of quieter, enclosed areas|The library, in one of the older parts of the building|Mass gatherings take place on old school chairs in the seminar room|Old maps and hessian walls for the sunlit quiet room|A mid-century vibe for the meeting room, with furniture courtesy of eBay||
22 Jul 2011

Future Lab

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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