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Ubiquitous Agency Interior by Andy Buchan & Neil Boote


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From Ubiquitous:

Keeping true to the heritage of their new home, UK based digital ad agency Ubiquitous have gone for walnut clad walls and a clean industrial feel.

While the office isn’t vast every inch of the space has been visited with a keen eye. Edison bulbs, metro tiles and reclaimed Eastern European industrial lights give a perfect antidote to the modern aluminum work stations.

Designed by the co-founders of Ubiquitous, Andy Buchan and Neil Boote they wanted to create a space that felt authentic and contemporary without being pretentious.

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