||||||‘Concrete’ floors are in fact made from carpets to give an industrial feel without the hollow acoustics|A slanted view of Amsterdam’s port|Black and white creates drama and visually divides the spaces|Desks and low walls of storage have been custom-made from sandblasted oak|VMX’s angled glass facade echoes the wheelhouse of a ship with a nod to the location||
18 Nov 2014

i29’s strategic design for Mediaxplain HQ

Words by Laura Snoad

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