Singapore-based advertising firm Leo Burnett have a new office space created by local firm Ministry of Design. The keynote of the space is a large drawing of the agencies founder, Leo Burnett, along side a scaled pencil bearing the company name. This element draws visitors into the “space to impress” a welcoming area highlighting the firms past successes. From there, the space is broken up into two more distinct areas – a place for relaxation and a place for work. Ministry of Design took inspiration for Burnett’s stature as a “quintessential ad man” mixing up playful graphic with utilitarian ply wood desks. (Further information at Dezeen).
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