|||||||A plywood shed for (small) meetings and colourful stools sit in the area just off reception|Bespoke cabinets of colourful, laminated birchwood ply give the office its character as well as defining different zones|Taking the garden motif to the max, the fire control panel near the front door lives on a plywood “cactus”|A red, plywood element holding the company fish tank and beer fridge also separates a small eating/meeting area from the main studio|The recycled plastic light fixture in the meeting room echoes the structure’s outer walls|Modular birch ply panels are designed with tiny windows to see in and out||
16 Apr 2010

TBG’s Kentish Town HQ by Satmoko Ball

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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