||||||||||||||The boardroom with its ping-pong table|One of Laura de Monchy bespoke chandeliers|The meeting room is furnished with mid-centry designs for a “cosy feel”|Ib Kofod-Larsen’s Shell chairs and sofa by Ole Wanscher|The meeting room opens directly onto the desking area|Ib Kofod-Larsen’s Shell chairs, a mid-century sofa by the Dutch designer Ole Wanscher|The war room|The espresso bar with the Faema E61 espresso machine|The pendent lights are widely spaced to create a more ambient light|Modular wall shelving unit by Poul Cadovius|Laura de Monchy’s delicate ceramic ‘containers’|The pieces are painted blue to tie in with the brand colour and the decor|A side table in the boardroom becomes part of the artwork||
02 Jun 2015

‘Something old, new, borrowed & blue’ for the Kwink HQ

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Category: Interiors

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