Hundven-Clements Photography|Hundven-Clements Photography|Hundven-Clements Photography|Hundven-Clements Photography|Hundven-Clements Photography||The new office space, awaiting tenants, takes in views of London landmarks|MoreySmith added aluminium cladding, filling in the first-floor terrace areas|Anodised aluminium screens, which conceal a ventilation shaft and a cafe|The bespoke reception desk, in leather and copper with a corner lightbox|An Eva Menz chandelier and B&B Italia chairs lend some luxury to the entrance||
15 Aug 2012

USS offices by MoreySmith

Words by Pamela Buxton

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