||||||||PostPanic gets the wow factor|A casual reception, with Marc Newson Nimrod chairs, leads into the grandstand area with its communal table, used for meetings and screenings|Massive pivoting oak doors afford some privacy to the downstairs meeting room|The ‘futuristic grotto’ is cocooned in brown carpet – it even creeps up the table’s base – set off by blue DAR chairs|In the studio, ‘energising’ green veneer was chosen for work tables and storage, while services were left exposed for an industrial look|Mirrors in the edit suite give the illusion of an endless room; clients can sit in the little nook to watch clips|Richly coloured Persian-esque carpets contrast with the concrete resin floors and concrete columns||
12 Feb 2010

PostPanic HQ by Maurice Mentjens Design

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