|||||||||||||||Ebonised wood cabinets provide a backdrop for the che|A copper chandelier illuminates cooking demos in the kitchen|Concrete walls echo the pale greys of the materials palette|Open areas enable informal work meetings or allow staff to unwind||||||||||
18 Feb 2016

Madison Avenue offices by Rockwell Group

Words by Helen Parton

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