The DH Liberty architectural practice in London converted this Shoreditch warehouse into an office space with an installation composed of reclaimed bottles as one of the main attractions.
The office has a new mezzanine level and a glazed glass façade to let the exposed brickwork to be visible from outside as well as the iron columns that create an industrial aesthetic. The project hosts the Analog Folk advertising agency and they wanted a space that would combine the traditional values with digital technology since the employees make use of both in their work.
There are a lot of reclaimed objects throughout the space and the palette is simple with black and white being predominant. The reception lobby and waiting areas have polished concrete floors and chipboard desks which are combined with Chesterfield sofas and an ingenious old suitcase placed as a coffee table.
There is a partition wall with wooden boxes for plants and a conference room, while the larger part of the office hosts a breakout area with double height ceilings and frosted windows.