||||||||||Vintage wall clocks from Vitra are set to the local times of Microsoft offices around the world. While Vernor Panton lamps give character to ground floor meeting space|Glazed meeting pods in the central garden atrium with Lotus chairs from Cappelini|A staircase gives connection between floors. An informal area with Noughtone Pinch stools and sofa|Employees set up laptops at one of the work tables|Twiggy floorlight by Foscarini, Alcove Sofa by Vitra and Noughtone Reg chairs give a domestic feel to the reception|Employees can work and eat in the cantina|Staff lockers marked with chalk|Kvadrat felt wall panels help with acoustics on open floors|A bright cafe offers a place for visitors and employees to mingle over coffee||
20 Jul 2009

Microsoft’s Dutch HQ by Sevil Peach

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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