Ad agency Wieden + Kennedy created a pop-up workspace that looks like its 2D concept drawing brought to life. Wieden + Kennedy collaborated with graphic designer Emily Forgot to create this unusual achromatic office.
Throughout the month of August, the 'Real Life at Work' installation provides a quirky space for staff and guests to work. This is a neat place to work, provided that you don't mind being watched. In addition to being set up in a window on
Hanbury Street in London, a webcam is set up to record a live stream of anyone working at this station.
This initiative is part of the 'Hello Neighbour' project, designed to catch the eye of local designers to spark collaborations with Wieden + Kennedy.
Livestreamed Achromatic Workspaces
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