|||||||||||The breakout area picked out in red, yellow and black|Pivot doors affords privacy to the meeting and listening room without dividing the space up with a fully enclosed room|A fish-tank window allows the light to penetrate the meeting room|The meeting room contains classic, yet informal designs|Bolon carpets and a pared back colour palette links the various areas|The bespoke window seat/filing cabinet|Record cubes neatly contain memorabilia|Bright bar stools in the ‘floating’ kitchen unit|The matching colour kitchen unit stops it from imposing itself on the space|||
14 May 2015

Record label HQ mixes rock & roll with Modernism

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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