Philip Vile|Philip Vile|Philip Vile|Philip Vile||The Interiors Group’s yellow and black logo provides the theme – here, in a wall of acrylic|Artist Dan’s Flavin’s work using fluorescent tubes inspired the yellow lighting throughout|Shiny Tom Dixon pendants bridge the workstation area above and the meeting areas below|For large presentations, the meeting room’s doors fold back to unite with the reception space||
22 Jul 2011

The Interiors Group’s new digs

Words by Helen Parton

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