School/SS99|School/SS99|School/SS99|School/SS99|School/SS99|School/SS99|School/SS99||Brazilian branding agency School/SS99 looked to London for glitzy inspiration|Workers toil in Louis Ghost chairs, under giant gold chandeliers|The office’s theatrical essence is summed up by a white grand piano|Macabre details were inspired by the work of Alexander McQueen|A leafy archway leads to the office, which was once a house|Posh toiletries in the moodily lit washroom|Outside, a creative use of uplighting casts giant shadows in a seating area||
24 Jul 2013

School/SS99’s São Paulo offices

Words by Jenny Brewer

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