Singaporean designers put a new spin on the old ‘picture of the boss in the office’ when they splashed a drawing of the ad agency founder, Leo Burnett, across the walls and floor.
This project by Ministry of Design was composed of three parts. The first is the portrait located in the reception area of Leo Burnett holding a pencil. The second part is an informal relaxation area, containing a wheelbarrow full of trophies and chartreuse meeting rooms in a long black corridor. Finally, the third part is an open plan configuration with plywood desks.
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