Christiane Ingenthron|Christiane Ingenthron|Christiane Ingenthron|Christiane Ingenthron|Christiane Ingenthron||$1,000 shipping-containers turned into offices in an LA warehouse|Inside the tunnel; each end is glazed, so it feels more boardroom than bunker|The kitchen area, with flashes of corporate yellow|Timber and plants soften hard edges|A cubicle-free layout, unusual for the US||
17 Apr 2013

Tunnel vision at Cuningham Group, LA

Words by Jenny Brewer

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