Vitra|Vitra|Vitra|Vitra|Vitra|Vitra||Turn up the colour: Vitra Office’s bright, bold “work boxes” are meant for small meetings or solitary thinking|The “private work pit”, a sunken area with felt-lined work spaces|The relocated library, with a glimpse through to the project room|An (almost) paper-free office means that a photocopying area can be replaced by relaxed meeting space|A battalion of Vitra’s mobile storage caddies stand to attention|Sign of the times: the new multi-media room eats into what was previously another photocopying area||
17 May 2011

Vitra office by Sevil Peach

Words by James McLachlan

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