Lonely Planet offices by Oktra, London – UK

August 16th, 2015 by retail design blog

Oktra has designed the new offices of travel guide publisher Lonely Planet located in London, England. Lonely Planet have taken space in one of London’s most iconic buildings, 240 Blackfriars. Office designers Oktra have designed and built several floors in the space for a range of top-end brands, this knowledge of the building paid dividends when implementing the build and Lonely Planet were able to have a brand new space on a very short 6 week timescale!

The interior is fun & bright with a wide range of spaces including, a library, open plan zone, meetings rooms, collaboration spaces and soft informal meeting spaces.

Design: Oktra
Photography: Richard Ivey

http://officesnapshots.com/2015/08/13/lonely-planet-london-offices/

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