Alexander Ford||Alexander Ford|Alexander Ford|Alexander Ford|Alexander Ford|Alexander Ford|Alexander Ford||Creating transparency was at the heart of the brief (hence all the glass)|RSP Architects’ vision for a mix of pod offices, open workstations and the all-important blank spaces between|Close encounter: meeting rooms look like space-craft beamed to earth|Big reveal: smart glass in the meeting rooms can turn the walls from opaque to transparent, creating vistas|Fluorescent tubes, suspended randomly, enhance the free-form look|Circular closed offices and open workstations are interspersed|Eastern thinking equates blank spaces, like these created behind curved rooms, with imagination and possibility|A central core houses more menial areas, such as for storage and printing||
17 May 2011

Maru Maru office

Words by Helen Parton

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