Dave Parker|Dave Parker|Dave Parker|Dave Parker|Dave Parker|Dave Parker|Dave Parker|Dave Parker||Abbott at her latest job, a revamped industrial building in Paddington|Atrium at the heart of i2i’s offices, with glass brick feature and brand colours|Reception area reflects the building’s roots, with exposed service details|Abbott designed Double Negative’s Great Portland Street HQ while at MCM|Offices for 4C, part of Top Right Group: another of Abbott’s first commissions|A secluded meeting hub at one of Abbott’s recent projects for a media firm|Abbott worked on the fit-out for property firm EA Shaw’s Covent Garden office|A break-out space and canteen area at IBM’s Algorithmics headquarters||
17 Apr 2013

Lucy Abbott: Light exposure

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