Analog Folk by DH Liberty

By : Dennis Franklin | 9 Aug 2016 11:04 am | Offices

The Design Haus Liberty is a new architectural practice based in Westbourne Grove Nottinghill and one of their first projects was to convert a large advertising agency called Analog Folk in Shoreditch to bring this traditional London structure up to contemporary standards.

The project has a sculptural look with industrial elements and the designers added a mezzanine level to increase the space with a new glazed façade and a new staircase. The philosophy of the company was incorporated into the design since the Analog Folk aim to create an advertising agency which captures the traditional methods of receiving information as well as the new digital fields.

The Design Haus Liberty chose to use reclaimed objects throughout the space and to give them new purposes in the office. Some of the furniture pieces inside are bespoke and they include a scaffolding library with telephone booths inside. The enormous chandelier was created with recycled bottles and digital scripting applications.

 

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