Jaime Virguez|Jaime Virguez|Jaime Virguez|Jaime Virguez|Jaime Virguez|Jaime Virguez||Curvy cardboard seating, intended to free the minds of creative workers|The “wall cocoon”, perfect for a bit of light reading (or a kip)|The funnel-shaped central volume merges in places with the columns|Symmetrical rows of desks create a contrast with the bulbous walls behind|A private office. The shape of the window was drawn freehand on the wall|Valtech’s home, a brownstone formerly belonging to General Electric||
15 Aug 2012

Valtech offices by Piret Johanson

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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