Gareth Gardner|||||||The main architectural feature of the office space is the spine. It features:prosmatic tiles by H&R Johnson; upholstered elements in fabric by Bute; a pinboard fabric from Kvadrat; Forbo Touch solo linoleum flooring; and Boule pendant lights by Regent Lighting|The floor plan|A 3D rendering of the spine, and the central functions it houses|Library bar with copper tiles by Metal Tiles and Golden Bell lights by Artek|Canteen with red painted picnic tables and Soft Dome lights by Habitat|Boardroom with Santa & Cole GT5 lights and Happy Chairs by Swedese||
08 Jun 2009

Langland Advertising Agency by Jump

Words by Rachel Calton

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