Owen Raggett|||||||||Floor to ceiling height windows give meeting rooms spectacular views of London|A timber clad reception desk and raised timber platform with inset bench in the meet and greet area|Marbleised LED panels sit behind a new staircase connecting reception to the thirty-third floor|Company branding comes into play on floor thirty-two with red ceiling panels and coordinated furniture|One of the client facing meeting rooms on the thirty-second floor|Gensler ensured plenty of opportunity to sit and soak in the views on the restaurant floor|Soft seating in reception|Informal meeting zones were incorporated into the client facing floors to give a variety of space||
20 Aug 2009

Reed Smith’s London HQ by Gensler

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

Category: Interiors

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