||||||||||||The bespoke stairway that opens up the atrium and connects the two floors via a mezzanine|A gleaming brass reception desk to create a good first impression|The open bookcase encloses the meeting room, while visually linking it to the lobby space|The smaller meeting room brings updates the traditional library|The cafe/bar with a marble herringbone floor|Mary Poppins flying high over the atrium space|Croft’s sunken breakout area creates a point of interest on the mezzanine level|The brand’s turquoise colour adds a degree of continuity between the two floors.|The office floor features a Bolon herringbone carpet to tie in with the cafe floors|The larger meeting room mirrors the more refined atmosphere on the upper floor|The games room||
28 Apr 2015

Paul Crofts brings London ad agency into the fold

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