||||||||||Despite its lush appearance, this ‘meditation space’ is maintenance-free|Bleachers and high stools offer lots of options for gatherings|Piaggio three-wheelers dose out caffeine hits to staff|Aged doors add to the secret-garden air of the ‘meditation space’|Staff social space – originally conceived as a pub, but toned down|Booths with writable walls are handy for concentrated thinking|Chesterfield and Eames chairs present a mix of old and new|Exposed ducts and steelwork introduce a bit of urban grittiness|A pair of high-backed sofas create the perfect spot for a huddle||
04 Mar 2015

Peldon Rose inspired by London for Essence HQ

Words by Jenny Brewer

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