Gurkan Akay||||||The reception area introduces a theme of colour and light that permeates the rest of the office|Breakout space for informal meetings overlooks the city’s rooftops|Each floor’s activities can be seen from the atrium, and demonstrations take place on a ground floor podium here|Jauntily lit break out spaces occupy the same spot on every floor|Open-plan working is a change of approach for staff in Istanbul, where cellular offices are the norm||
21 Oct 2009

Microsoft by Swanke Hayden Connell

Words by Rachel Calton

Category: Interiors


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