|||||||View from reception into the sun-drenched lounge. The bespoke reception desk and bar is made of reclaimed timber and polished concrete|Street view of the three buildings that have been connected to form Red Bull’s new HQ|Openings between the ground-floor lounge (with a communal table by Naughtone) and reception give connection and buzz at street level|Staircases with glass balustrades now connect the office floors to each other and to the meeting rooms in the south-east corner|A newly formed atrium breaks up the office floors and ensures a light, airy feeling in the ground-floor lounge|Swirling skater manifestations decorate the glass walls of meeting rooms on the upper floors||
22 Jun 2010

Red Bull’s London HQ by MoreySmith

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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