Ewout Huibers|Ewout Huibers|Ewout Huibers|Ewout Huibers|Ewout Huibers|Ewout Huibers|Ewout Huibers|Ewout Huibers||Sid Lee took the geometry of the triangle as a starting point for the fit-out|The interiors is full of contrasts – cavernous and cramped, black and white|Plywood and bold graphics push Red Bull’s links with skate/street style|Working areas are gimmick-free compared to the playful public areas|Angular pods break up large spaces in a pleasingly irregular way|Graphics stretch over both the walls and the floor|Private office spaces play on Red Bull’s sponsorship of extreme-sports events|Winged wonder: mosaics turn the men’s room into something heavenly||
15 Feb 2012

Red Bull returns

Words by Helen Parton

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