||||||||||||Bottle wall LED visuals by Acrylicize|Stuart-Haygarth’s artwork is reminiscent of soda bubbles|Double-sided heritage wall by Acrylicize|The rooftop garden with views across central London|A mismatched informal workspace|The in-house coffee bar|Every employee has their own desk, but there’s a range of alternative working environments|Classic Coke bottle pendent lamps hang over the coffee bar counter|Cut-out can artwork shows the breadth of Coca-Cola’s numerous brands|Coca-Cola’s dining area|Classic Coca-Cola crates||
11 Jul 2014

MoreySmiths’ Coca-Cola happiness factory

Words by Emily Pacey

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