Martin Bravo||||||||The conference room, centre, is the only enclosed element in an otherwise open-plan office|The working environment is set up in a way that reflects how the group collaborates|The office was designed to allow space for 20 people to work|Two of the Smog team – described as ‘supertalented’ on the company’s website|The kitchen, along with the toilets and reception, are set around the conference room – which is described as an ‘organising element’|Pre-painted corrugated sheets were used to clad the exterior of the conference room|Fibre cement boards line the interior of the conference room||
06 Dec 2010

Smog HQ by Sebastián Bravo

Words by Helen Parton

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