Karsten Knocke|Karsten Knocke|Karsten Knocke|Karsten Knocke|Karsten Knocke|Karsten Knocke|Karsten Knocke||Once printers, the Berlin office of Covus keeps some industrial details|The ground floor serves as a reception area, cafe and events space|Coloured walls and a parquet floor soften the industrial steel staircases|With a futuristic starkness, the boardroom has a no-nonsense aesthetic|A sublime library has just enough room for a few book shelves and some chairs|The Bretterbude (‘shack’), with walls and floors made from melamine|Corridors have blackboard-covered walls carrying company missives||
23 Jul 2013

Industrial meets digital at Covus, Berlin

Words by Helen Parton

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