Philippe Ruault and MVRDV/TeleTech|Philippe Ruault and MVRDV/TeleTech|Philippe Ruault and MVRDV/TeleTech|Philippe Ruault and MVRDV/TeleTech|Philippe Ruault and MVRDV/TeleTech|||The redeveloped building is kept plain, so it can support a range of uses|The mezzanine floor of the platform, with beanbags instead of desks for working|Installing a pre-fab wooden platform was an inexpensive way to add space|Staff can access the network from anywhere|The 2004 building, now enhanced with QR codes|Cheap, cheerful and very orange: the canteen||
17 Sep 2012

TeleTech offices by MVRDV

Words by James McLachlan

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