Frederik Vercruysse|Frederik Vercruysse|Frederik Vercruysse|Frederik Vercruysse||The design firm’s office is based around a central spine of Vitra tables|Untreated pine walls separate the desks from the breakout space|Arched openings lead to loosely themed seating areas, like this retro hangout|A tongue-in-cheek order to the workers||
28 May 2013

Pinkeye Studio’s converted Antwerp warehouse

Words by Rachel Calton

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