||||||||||||Podium seating, one of a broad mix of breakout spaces along The Bridge|Cross-laminated timber was chosen because it could be quickly prefabricated|Acoustic fins on the walls and ceiling break up blank surfaces|Desks sit next to the long bank of windows, with The Bridge above|The kitchen – before, staff had been known to eat in their cars|Hand-blown glass baubles bob through the space like bubbles|High-octane displays line the showroom|Calm meeting space, lined with pleated paper|Office bathrooms are a cut above your usual melamine cubicle||
13 Feb 2015

Threefold & Coppin Dockray add fizz to Dartford office

Words by Jenny Brewer

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