||||||||||||The orange glass porch designed to submerge visitors in a “warm, visionary world”|The mirrored reception desk reflects the chequered flooring, creating the illusion that the pattern continues|The open black stairway that allows light to filter through the space|The table in the black meeting room curls up “like a tongue” and continues up the wall with a large screen embedded in it|Each room is painted a different colour to reflect its use and create its own atmosphere|Yellow is used in the ‘concentration’ areas|The blue of the meeting rooms supports clear and productive thinking|A strip light placed at a jaunty angle|The floor is covered in bespoke carpet referencing the timber of the old floors|The top floor holds the ‘treehouse’ for relaxation|Formal areas are given a more subtle colour palette||
04 Sep 2014

Surreal office design for a historic house

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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