Keith van Loen|Keith van Loen|Keith van Loen|Keith van Loen|Keith van Loen|Keith van Loen|Keith van Loen|Keith van Loen||Llamas and LEDs for ad agency Karmarama|Applelec’s light tunnel, made from LED-embedded acrylic sheets|Despite the llamas and camper vans, the backdrop is fairly normal and neutral|In reception, a former bus sign flashes up on-brand messages|The lighting and screens in the “town hall” can be customised for clients|The “poolarama” breakout area, lined with interlocking gym mats|One of several colour-themed meeting spaces|A range of collaborative spaces includes cosy meeting rooms||
17 Sep 2012

Bluu kits out Karmarama

Words by Jenny Brewer

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