Nikhilesh Haval|Nikhilesh Haval|Nikhilesh Haval|Nikhilesh Haval|Nikhilesh Haval|Nikhilesh Haval|Nikhilesh Haval||Shoreditch’s charms laid out in graphic style in the entrance area|MDF never looked so good: the local area brought to life|Jurgen Bey’s Ear-chair lends the meeting area a little eccentricity|Anything but blah: a neon wall installation ribs the shortfalls of East London’s ‘communication industries’|Lucky seven: vintage lettering on the wall denotes each room number|Original deco features survive from the building’s former life as an annex to Shoreditch Town Hall|Free-standing units displaying flea-market finds break up the main communal meeting space||
11 Apr 2011

The Office Group’s Shoreditch digs by Acrylicize

Words by Rachel Calton

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