Philip Durrant|Philip Durrant|Philip Durrant|Philip Durrant||Breakout areas are blue on one side, orange the other, to aid orientation|Furniture from Modus and Allermuir softens the look of the reception|Banded in walnut, the boxes conceal the kitchen/breakout spaces|The atrium, with its cantilevered “sky boxes” breaking up the sheer drop||
17 Sep 2012

Scott Brownrigg designs Quintiles offices

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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