||||||||A lime green Smeg and hot pink stripes on the polished concrete|A sculptural stairwell: O+A believes functional elements offer unique opportunities for design|The classroom area includes raw materials such as wood, steel and metal|Bicycle racks are incorporated as a design feature|The tree-house like “nook” for employees to rest in|Hot pink cushions and a glass phone booth beneath the staircase|A quiet spot upholstered in Paul Smith plaid||
03 Jul 2014

Capital One Labs’ HQ, by Studio O+A

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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