|||||||Natural imagery is referenced in large-scale graphics|Circular motifs give a subtle nod to the company’s logo|The central table is for presentations and social get togethers|Vitra chairs and Louis Poulsen lights fulfil the brief for a ‘European feel’|Fruity curtains play off against classic modernist and mid-century furniture|Bright colours are carefully present, but not dominant||
02 Jul 2014

Shionogi’s EU HQ, by Resonate Interiors

Words by Helen Parton

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