Jack Shea|||||||Natural thinking: the boardroom table is interrupted by a tree stretching up into the cut-out ceiling|Members of staff can soak up large amounts of natural light at a large bank of window seating|The workspace includes plenty of private breakout areas within the larger open-plan space|Colourful seating turns a transitory space into somewhere more interesting|The versatile common area that acts as a hub for all staff: creating collaborative spaces was key to the brief|Ogilvy’s red and white corporate colour scheme is expressed throughout||
20 Jan 2010

Ogilvy’s Malaysian HQ by M Moser

Words by Rachel Calton

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