Dominique Wehrli and Bureau De Bank|Dominique Wehrli and Bureau De Bank|Dominique Wehrli and Bureau De Bank|Dominique Wehrli and Bureau De Bank|Dominique Wehrli and Bureau De Bank|Dominique Wehrli and Bureau De Bank|Dominique Wehrli and Bureau De Bank|DomThe various shades of red and brown reinforce the idea of ‘earth’|Storage units hanging from the ceiling are known as ‘stalagtites’|The reception desk and its grass inlay are central to the ‘forest’ floor|The ‘forest’ area, on the building’s seventh floor, is also home to the marketing team|Green curtains give glass meeting rooms the air of a magician’s box|The accounting department is located in what feels like loft space|After planning objections, the roof was redesigned in a week|Geometric shapes divide space and control movement of people|White walls and furniture are set against blue floors|Box kite-style lights illuminate the canteen||
16 Mar 2011

Office Nest HQ by OOS AG and Bureau De Bank

Words by James McLachlan

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