Sergio Esmoris|Sergio Esmoris|Sergio Esmoris|Sergio Esmoris|Sergio Esmoris|Sergio Esmoris|Sergio Esmoris|Sergio Esmoris||The scheme aims to meld the best elements of cafe and office working|The tables can slide up and down a channel for group work|Urban Station wanted a space that would appeal to nomadic workers|The first Urban Station includes two private meeting pods|Break-out areas with turf-like green rugs surround the workspace|Lamps hanging from the ceiling are the project’s defining feature|Lighting at the workspace recalls old-style shaving mirrors|Each workstation has built-in storage and a desk lamp||
19 Jan 2011

Urban Station by Total Tool

Words by James McLachlan

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