Monday, October 19, 2009

Leo Burnett Office by Ministry of Design

Singapore designers Ministry of Design have completed an office interior for an advertising agency that features a drawing of the company’s founder spread across the walls and floor, wielding a scaled-up model of a pencil.

Designed for advertising agency Leo Burnett and located in Singapore, the project is divided into three parts.
The first, called ‘Space to Impress’, contains the founder’s giant portrait and a reception desk.
The second part comprises an informal area for relaxation, dominated by a wheelbarrow full of trophies, and meeting rooms enclosed in a long black corridor.
The third part of the project is furnished with plywood desks in an open-plan configuration.

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