Graphic artists Emily Forgot and Laurie D have installed a monochrome 2D office in the window of advertising giant Wieden + Kennedy’s London Headquarters, made entirely from card. The pop-up, comic-like workspace has everything from a working desk lamp, the ubiquitous office plant and filing cabinets, to more surreal elements such as a clock that goes backwards and a phone that constantly rocks from side to side, plus a rather ironic waste paper bin. It even has a typewriter fascia on the desk, no doubt to hide an otherwise out-of-place laptop.
Employees of the agency will take turns to work inside the Real Life at Work installation, allowing passersby to see what they’re up to. You can also watch whoever is currently inhabiting the window via a live video link at http://www.reallifewk.com/