|||||||||||TechHub’s second-floor office stands out a mile on Old Street|Programming syntax symbols pep up the colourful meeting rooms|Big wall graphics helped Gensler deliver maximum impact on a minimal budget|Simple finishes and exposed ducting look cool (and happen to be cheap)|The playful graphics extend to the neon sign in the bright yellow reception|Gensler went on a shopping trip to Ikea to supply the office with desks|Pink space invader flooring: the most fun you’ll ever have with carpet tiles|Pingpong, one of the many diversions for “super-awesome innovators”|An old shared kitchen links the mix of open-plan desking and smaller studios|Old timber cable reels have found a new purpose as breakout tables||
19 May 2014

Digital startup TechHub by Gensler

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