located at the top floor of a heritage building with a pitched roof above offering generous heights, this space for a creative agency called for little intervention. adhering to the informal work culture, the overall openness of the space was retained with a single large communal workstation. bench seating was created in window alcoves and a playful free-standing partition in timber slats forms a semi-private brainstorming/ recharge zone. attention to detail is visible in the design of bespoke light fittings, fixed and loose furniture, with workstations integrating cable management and hooks for bags. the partition between the conference and pantry areas morphs to function variously as a bar counter and a whiteboard, providing access between the two as required. heritage building restrictions led to exposed electrical conduits becoming a design element. the use of economical materials such fibre cement board & compressed chipboard bring together an industrial rawness with surprising warmth.