Jason Strong|Jason Strong|Jason Strong|||||Skype’s true-blue branding was a starting point for the interiors|PS Arkitektur’s “cartoonish hyper-reality” has taken over this former brewery in Stockholm|Angular furniture and graphic carpets express connectivity – Skype’s reason for being|Green room: one of the “little oasis” coffee points|Skype’s cloud-like logo provided the inspiration for the suspended lighting|Bespoke wallpaper, and the world’s most purple carpet||
22 Jul 2011


Words by James McLachlan

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