Clare Dowdy||||||||A bright and airy attic room houses the first-floor office|Up to 200 people can work in this building, a former school chapel originally built in 1871|Glass-walled meeting rooms reflect a working ethos of openness and transparency|The homely furniture and patterned wallpaper add a boutique hotel vibe|The new interior and feature staircase help to unify the building’s varying floor levels and ceiling heights|A long, low reception desk with smoked mirrored front reflects the floor|Hand-painted silk wallpaper by Home & Book (Korean artist Young Kim) lends drama to a meeting room||
15 Sep 2009

Shine Group HQ by Blue Bottle Design

Words by Clare Dowdy

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