|||||||||Employees sit diagonally opposite one another, so they can talk without screens getting in the way|A 3m-long aquarium hs been built into the wall of the reception area|Informal meetings can be held in the custom-designed seating area|The desk modules combine to make one continous surface. Desk lamps help to create a more intimate feel|A CGI of a single desk|Select walls have been painted to focus the eye on distant points|The sleek white boardroom table with its contrasting bright chairs|The floor plan, showing the main work area and adjacent smaller offices||
14 Sep 2009

Syzygy HQ by eins:eins architekten

Words by Rachel Calton

Category: Interiors

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