James Moriarty|James Moriarty|James Moriarty|James Moriarty|James Moriarty|James Moriarty|James Moriarty|James Moriarty|James Moriarty|James Moriarty|James Moriarty||The red 1950s Dutch sofa was found in a dusty corner of a warehouse|A quirky collection of objects, including a bicycle and offbeat coat hooks, characterise the refit|Individually sourced lamps adorn the work surfaces|The salvaged meeting room door remains distressed on one side|The mixture of Formica and softwood gives the main office space an informal and relaxed feel|Small pieces picked up in markets populate the office – a nod to the tastes of MD Daniel O’Rourke|The meeting space is centred around a Terence Conran table|A water pipe doubles as a coat hanger – underneath a sign that has a certain retro charm|The decor represents the nature of animation firm Not To Scale’s business|Curios including these Scrabble letters and toy trees endow the space with a sense of intrigue|The design throughout creates a homely feel, as shown in the kitchen||
16 Mar 2011

Not to scale’s Soho offices by Modernarc

Words by Rachel Calton

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