APFEL, which stands for A Practice For Everyday Life, commissioned Assembly to design the interior of their studio in London.
Assembly came up with an adaptable shelving system with an open wooden structure and powdercoated bent steel shelves. The shared working desk is set on reclaimed table legs with a new white laminated plywood top. Laminated plywood has also been used for the cupboard doors, alternating white melamine with ash verneer. In the meeting room next to the ash verneer conference table, simple but functional narrow bent steel shelves display samples of APFEL’s work.
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