|||Nikhilesh Haval|Nikhilesh Haval|Nikhilesh Haval||At 95 Wigmore Street, the stepped walls and ceiling draw visitors inside|Bespoke furniture includes Corian and leather seating by Benchnmark|Multi-tenant offices like 10 Brock Street need receptions with brand appeal|Materials such as oak, stone and bronze aim to express the building’s quality|Single tenants can stamp their brand: Acrylicise created this art for Heinz|For Investream, Acrylicize mounted a spiral of dominoes on the wall||
24 Aug 2015

How reception design is becoming more human

Words by Jenny Brewer

Category: Opinion

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