Werner Huthmacher|Werner Huthmacher|Werner Huthmacher|Werner Huthmacher|Werner Huthmacher||The walkways criss-crossing Adidas HQ give the building its name – Laces|Kinzo’s custom-made furniture stores paperwork as well as samples|The building’s gentle angles influenced the design of its furniture|Punched-metal uprights in the storage unites create subtle sight-lines|Go-faster furniture: Kinzo’s elegantly dynamic angular seating||
18 Oct 2011

Kadawittfeldarchitektur’s Adidas office

Words by Laura Snoad

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