Admedo office by ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

February 25th, 2016 by retail design blog

Admedo was founded out of frustration with the lack of accessibility, transparency and relevancy in the advertising industry. They provide their clients with honest insights into their spend and performance, through a straightforward programmatic advertising platform. It was essential that their office reflected the digital and innovative nature of their business. They wanted an electric finish to the space, using bright and bold colours with bespoke features enhancing their brand.

Each room was themed with a different feel and vibe to give them a unique and personalised identification. They wanted a professional, yet homely space to support the individual working needs of their employees, as well as provide room for growth in the future. Features include: Stylish and modern tea point, cut out feature logo wall, bespoke wallpaper and furniture, recessed 4 TV wall in reception.

Designed by ThirdWay Interiors
Photography by Tom Fallon

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