March 11, 2017           view all news

Wooden slats surround reception at Paperless Post's Manhattan offices by +ADD_

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The studio managed to save resources elsewhere by exposing the ceiling and services. The decision contributed to the openness of the space sought by the client, and also helped make the most of the limited natural light, as well as revealed the personality of the old building. "The open ceilings retained the scars and memory of the building, and felt very honest. It gave an interesting, rather than a pristine look," González Fierro said.