Guy Archard||||||Bespoke storage units on the ground floor can be wheeled around, repositioned and reconfigured|Rotating window displays draw passing creatives in from Rivington Street|Customised stacked storage system with wipeboard covers|The work surface extends into an archway entrance to the core office space|The meeting table, with jagged jaw teeth, can be pushed out of the warehouse window to overhang Rivington Street||

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