|||Near-frameless glass and recessed track lighting reinforce Uniform Wares' quiet, minimalist branding|||A visual progression – from design to making to selling – reflects the brand’s process|A huge pivoting door separates the workshop and street-facing showroom|A huge pivoting door separates the workshop and street-facing showroom|Vitsœ’s 606 Universal Shelving System and Vitra desks and pedestals are used in the design studio|A huge pivoting door separates the workshop and street-facing showroom||
29 Jun 2015

Monochrome minimalism for UniformWares HQ

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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