MAKO Derivatives, Broadgate Quarter, London

| 18 March, 2017 | Architectural Photography, Interior Photography

MAKO Derivatives, Broadgate Quarter, London | Architectural Interior Photographer

18

March, 2017

Commercial

Architecture

Interiors

Mako Derivatives create aspirational offices

Mako Derivatives occupy key spaces within the Broadgate Quarter development, Appold Street, London, EC2A. The usual multi-screen trading floors and meeting rooms are complemented by the lastest chic finishes in their break-out and coffee bar areas.  Walkways are finished in cream herringbone tiling, meeting rooms have birds eye maple finish walls and flush doors and the relaxing break-out areas feature two large, relaxing tropical fish tanks. See more details and images here

Mako Derivatives, Appold Street, Broadgate, London | Architectural Interior Photographer

Mako Derivatives reception area | Architectural Interior Photographer

Mako Derivatives break-out area | Architectural Interior Photographer

See more details and images here

Mako Derivatives cafe | Architectural Interior Photographer

Mako Derivatives break-out area with tropical fish tanks | Architectural Interior Photographer

Broadgate Quarter Reception | Architectural Interior Photographer

Mako Derivatives meeting rooms| Architectural Interior Photographer

Mako Derivatives meeting rooms | Architectural Interior Photographer

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