Bluebottle|Bluebottle|Bluebottle|Bluebottle|Bluebottle|Bluebottle||Inferno’s office space retains the grandeur of its Masonic history|The reeded glass partition screens are listed, so they had to stay put|Tons of grey suit Inferno’s branding as well as fitting with the regal setting|”One of the coolest bar areas we have ever done”|DSR chairs and oversized lighting give a contemporary sheen|Meeting rooms are named after queens (including Queen Latifah and Sir Elton)||
16 May 2012

Inferno’s masonic digs

Words by Emily Pacey

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