Tim Brotherton|||||||The mezzanine corridor leads to editing suites, a resource library and two small work pods|A bright red staircase leads up to the mezzanine level, and a bespoke plywood shelving system sits just beyond it|Floor-level LED lighting lends some dramatic flair|The second floor has open event space and a multicoloured kitchen running along the back wall|The fire staircase, or ‘stair to nowhere’: its stepped ceiling will be used to display objects|The loos on both floors have been treated with blackboard paint for impromptu messages||
07 Dec 2009

Wieden+Kennedy by Featherstone Young

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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