||||||||||||Guests are greeted by a homely sofa area rather than a corporate reception desk|’Sloth’ cushions relate to an office in-jole|One of the conference rooms with wallpaper featuring retro handheld computer games|Floor tiles in the meeting rooms and office area dampen sound|Darth Varder wallpaper in the second meeting room|The only fixed element in the communal dining area is the chequerboard kitchen bar|Plenty of potted plants help to create a more homely feel|Unfixed tables, chairs and bar stools allow the space to be reconfigured for events|The long dining table is placed alongside the window to take advantage of the natural light|The right-hand wall is printed with the office mottos|Male and female graphics hold hands on the communal bathroom door||
27 Apr 2015

New York office design to keep techies ‘appy

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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