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SAATCHI & SAACHI

Saatchi & Saatchi’s new offices in Bangkok

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iant Leap believes that space should be used as a strategic asset. Supermachine Studio’s work on Saatchi & Saatchi’s new offices in Bangkok is an ideal example of this. Parent firm Publicis decided that all its companies should be under one roof in order to share space strategically and pool resources cost-effectively. Limited space and budget, an ageing building and the goal of getting previously separated teams to work successfully in the same space were just some of the challenges involved. Take a look at the inspiring results.The space is a nod to movement and mobility, from the bicycles incorporated in the glass boardroom tables, to the meeting areas that look like train compartments. A fun and unique addition is the “Monster Wall,” a 20-metre long lizard which showcases current work and inspirational items.

 

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