||||||The table in the main working area can seat up to 36 people|Wooden partitions create a visual divide|High backed sofas create their own breakout space and informal meeting area|Removing most of the walls helped to make the office less cramped|Touches of wood help to add warmth to the design||
30 Jul 2014

A minimalist approach for TBWA’s Lisbon HQ

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

Editor’s picks

Open Society Foundations’ new workspace focuses on a holistic approach to wellbeing

From the Archive: A look inside Louis Poulsen’s Copenhagen headquarters

Workplace providers must do more to support tenants in these difficult times

Studio Besau-Marguerre teams up with Vitra to design WorkLifeSpace in Hamburg’s Apartimentum

Tarkett’s iQ Surface adds to the creative flair of AD Spain’s Madrid office

The design-led hotels to bookmark for remote working in 2021

3 simple ways to stay connected to your coworkers while working from home

Pallavi Dean’s Roar studio puts wellness and digital features at the core of McKinsey & Company’s new office in Doha

Interesting Projects creates a colourful office space full of contrasts for creative agency in Bristol


Workplace | Design | Architecture