Roger Jaarsma|Roger Jaarsma|Roger Jaarsma|Roger Jaarsma|Roger Jaarsma|Roger Jaarsma|Roger Jaarsma||The pallets provide ornament as well as function to the office|There is space for eight workers in the entrance area – and 15 in the whole canalside office|Entrance area. The designers found that five pallets on top of each other was the perfect height for a desk|The staircase built from pallets, which have been sanded so they are nearly as smooth as a wooden floor|The upper floor is home to the management team, each of whom has a separate desk|A skylight bathes the management floor in natural light|The presentation and meeting room includes a boardroom table on wheels||
18 Oct 2010

Pallet project by Most Architecture

Words by Helen Parton

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