|||||||||||||Flexible layouts allows the ground-floor area to be multi-functional|The raw steel reception desk|Glass partitions provide a view beyond the monochrome halls|Ninetynine cut into the ground floor to provide access to the basement|The stairwell provides a mezzanine used as both a studio and a stage for events|Ninetynine sourced vintage and second-hand furniture for the eight editing suites|The design creates a blank canvas on which to showcase Vice work|Ninety nine sourced vintage and second-hand furniture for the eight editing suites|The continuous custom-made desk encourages staff to be team players|The continuous custom-made desk encourages staff to be ‘team players’|The photographic studio/meeting room shuttered by a garage door|The red-brick building formerly housed a bank||
04 Jun 2015

Vice gets serious with “tough” new Amsterdam HQ

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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