||||||||Vitra’s DCW chairs and Polder sofas populate the impressive entrance space|A spacious walkway divides the workspace and the building’s core|The mismatched tiles are also used in the enclosed meeting booths|Extra breakout areas have been squeezed in under the barrel-vaulted ceiling|Glass, steel and timber reflect H+K’s serious corporate side|Brass lamps hang above the bar, which is clad in textural raw concrete|While mismatched tiles add colour and pattern it’s not “cheesy branding”||
15 Aug 2014

BDG designs Hill+Knowlton Strategies HQ

Words by Jenny Brewer

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