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Brief Published: 15 Mar 2011

JWT Offices, Paris


French designer Mathieu Lehanneur has collaborated with French architect Ana Moussinet to create an inspiring, creative workspace for advertising agency JWT in Paris.

Engaging all five senses, the space features cavernous meeting rooms with walls made from pulped paper, recycling this common office waste material and producing excellent soundproofing. There are also plants hanging down from the ceiling that play a specially commissioned playlist into the room when touched and areas of informal seating that resemble stacked white building blocks.

All of these furnishings are designed to encourage and reflect the imaginative and innovative outlooks of employees at the French outpost of JWT, which specialises in digital media.