|||||||The plywood storage on castors comes in all shapes and sizes, and can be reconfigured to suit|Space for play means a ping-pong table and a climbing wall that can access neighbouring companies|Lamps and Chesterfield sofas contribute a cosy domesticity that contrasts to the industrial building|The company’s logo is a hunting dog, so man’s best friend makes several appearances around the office|Formerly the Romanian Stock Exchange, the building was refitted by architect Mario Kuibus before Corvin Cristian worked on the interior fit-out|The conference space is a room within a room – a plywood and glass box, with the approximate dimension of a shipping container, which seems to float above the floor||
20 Jan 2010

Headvertising HQ by Corvin Cristian

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