Maris Lagzdins|Maris Lagzdins|Maris Lagzdins|Maris Lagzdins|Maris Lagzdins||||The newspaper-clad “Egg of Talent”: a place for a bit of a think|Recycled rubbish as a creative starting point|Tree-shaped shelving enhances the concept of a street-like public space|Working areas are raised on plinths, and can be screened off with curtains|The main meeting room, with elevating tables|Den-style seating for a meeting/media room|Old plasterboard tubes are used for both lighting and partitions||
18 Oct 2011

Trash city by Open AD

Words by Rachel Calton

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