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  Heads-down work meets feet-up relaxation at this information technology company, as concrete bench desking wends its way beneath a mezzanine’s rope netting.
The reception desk transitions into a coffee bar for the café, where lattes can be consumed while swinging in Nanna and Jørgen Ditzel’s rattan seats. 

 coffee bar

 covering the glass enclosures of a café and meeting rooms, gives prismatic allure to a marketing communication agency’s industrial-inspired overall aesthetic. 
meeting room


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