Leo Burnett Singapore by Ministry of Design
This office fitout by Ministry of Design for internationally acclaimed advertising agency Leo Burnett (their sydney office here) is several years of, but has some great style – and an interesting triple layout strategy. Specifically using a Space to Interact, a Space to Create, and a Space to Impress.
“Universally considered as one of the pillars of the modern Ad agency, Leo Burnett embodies a rich lineage of contemporary creative thinking infused with age-old heritage and values.
Situated in a free plan space on the 2nd floor of a recently restored conservation building, the journey forms a continuous loop around the office. Rich materiality is found in the concrete floors, bespoke desks forming a checkered pattern of plywood patterns and milky white mirrored epoxy resin flooring. Design features include gigantic graffiti style mural of Leo, anamorphic art and gold-gilded wheel barrows overloaded with trophies.
This project has won the Interior Design of the Year (top award) in International Design Awards, 2010, USA, also winning the firm the accolade “Interior Designer of the Year”.