The PSLab’s London Headquarters was created by native studio JamesPlumb. The Workplace / Showroom of Lebanese lighting model evoke a “quiet brutalism”, performing in contrast to a typical workplace, however somewhat like a inventive suppose tank.
Concrete slabs all over the place with plenty of inexperienced crops and delicate lights crawling via giant home windows, creating cosy feels not normally related to office-showrooms.
“All of us agreed from very early on that the important thing was for it to not be an workplace, nor a showroom – however to change into a house for PSLab in London,” mentioned the studio’s founders, James Russell and Hannah Plumb, who had first labored with PSLab on the design of an Aesop retailer in London again in 2015.
Quiet nooks, surrounded by potted crops and leafy vines that climb down from the ceiling create small enclaves inside the expansive ground plan.
“We admire and respect one another’s methods of working – on the coronary heart of any mission isn’t just the aesthetic – however the way it feels to inhabit the atmosphere,” they instructed Dezeen.