Logan McDougall Pope|Logan McDougall Pope|Logan McDougall Pope|Logan McDougall Pope|Logan McDougall Pope|Logan McDougall Pope|Logan McDougall Pope|Logan McDougall Pope|Logan McDougall Pope|Logan McDougall Pope|Logan McDougall Pope|Logan McDougall Pope||Fiona Kennedy – a star is born|A view of the canteen area at the Revolver office in west London|Another view of the canteen at Revolver, where Kennedy was charged with creating an environment in which workers have a new idea each day|The quick-turnaround project gave birth to a cool, fluid workspace|In the office area, the accounts department and directors sit on an elevated level. And what office would be complete without a palm tree?|The Cambridge EF offices, with wood fittings aplenty, call to mind a country home|Vaulted ceilings and clean white walls in the office space|Many original features have been retained, and have been complemented by art and subtle lighting|Polished floors are a striking feature of the EF San Francisco project|The building was created for the Hult International Business School|Splashes of colour distributed among blacks, whites and greys make for an uncluttered, elegant aesthetic|The building’s address, 1355 Sansome, is a recurring theme in the interior||
19 Jan 2011

Fiona Kennedy: a new star in workplace design

Words by James McLachlan

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