Ake E:son Lindman|Ake E:son Lindman|Ake E:son Lindman|Ake E:son Lindman|Ake E:son Lindman||Split personality: a mirrored wall cuts in half this former military exercise hall|Trick of the eye: the wall of mirrors has glass panels, allowing views through to meeting areas|Elding Oscarson took the protected building back to basics|The main workspace, lined with customised panels to combat the “nightmare” acoustics|Tom Dixon’s Offcut stools give a kick to the dining area||
20 Jun 2011

No Picnic by Elding Oscarson

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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