|||||||Boston terrier Beverly is as protective as you would expect of the distinctive pyramid-shaped room – her owner is part of the Cheap Monday team|Inside the meeting room, discussions take place from benches in the walls rather than around a table|Recesses in the pyramid provides space for storage, Xerox machines and desks for transient workers|The upstairs showrooms retain many of the features of the brewery the building was previously home to|Yellow ducts are a striking feature of the store – and provide an arresting contrast to the untreated ceiling|Floors and walls are covered in a grey needle punch carpet, which is helpful for acoustics||
18 Oct 2010

Pyramid office by Uglycute for Cheap Monday

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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