|||||||Arkwright’s reception desk, inspired by granite rock strata|Moroso’s Rift sofas, also inspired by geological forms, echo the profile of the stairs|The dark-grey stained oak marks a departure from blonde Scandinavian wood|The slats widen out into steps, which can also be used as informal seating|The exclusive lounge in moody dark colours with plenty of tech|Down-lights wash the walls and create a pool of illumination over the table||
30 Sep 2014

Haptic designs HQ for Oslo’s oldest shipbuilders

Words by Rachel Calton

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