Stijnstijl|Stijnstijl|Stijnstijl|Stijnstijl|Stijnstijl||Bare bones: the plywood “ribcage”is the focal point of the workplace|The screening/studio area sits at the centre of the room|The plywood was cut in such a way to minimise wastage|Desks line the walls either side of the central structures|Skylights provide the sole source of natural light||
20 Jun 2011

Onesize by Origins Architecture

Words by James McLachlan

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