||||||||A lo-fi look comes partly from the fact the fit out is temporary|The Victorian factory and 1980s extension are united by a lot of black paint|Furniture came courtesy of SPC Contracts with desks by Unto This Last|Individual spaces for quiet working|Breathe the creative air of Shoreditch in the courtyards and roof terrace|60p a pop cage lights|Protruding timber door frames match the structural beams and supports in the main office||
26 Aug 2014

Buckley Gray Yeoman’s back in black

Words by Laura Snoad

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