Richard Waite|Richard Waite|Richard Waite|Richard Waite|Richard Waite|Richard Waite|Richard Waite|Richard Waite|Richard Waite||Social space: the atrium is the building’s showpiece|The bright cafe overlooks the canal and waterfront|ID:SR removed the partition wall dividing the atrium and canteen. The modular seating is by Hitch Mylius|The main reception infuses classic design with ambient light beams|The fifth-floor client reception mirrors the design on the ground floor to give an air of familiarity|Breakout space within the canteen. All freestanding furniture was supplied by Bene and B-Loose|Fifth-floor glass meeting boxes give mobile workers and clients privacy|Cellular offices are serviced by a central bank of admin desks|Fee-earner, or solicitor, offices overlook the atrium||
12 Feb 2011

ID:SR’s Bristol fit-out

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