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  1. Front Desk
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    Front Desk

    Ad giant Saatchi & Saatchi designed its new Bangkok office on a transit theme, and with local tastes in mind. The front desk, which doubles as an espresso bar, earned the receptionist the nickname Bus Driver.   

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  2. Monster Wall
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    Monster Wall

    The “monster wall,” with its arch shaped like a dinosaur skeleton, is for pinning images.

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  3. Bookshelf
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    Bookshelf

    The monster wall's jaws serve as a bookshelf for Regional Creative Director Joel Clement.

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  4. Cloud-Shaped Table
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    Cloud-Shaped Table

    The three creative directors sit at a long cloud-shaped table in the open.

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  5. At the Tail End
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    At the Tail End

    The tail end of the monster wall.

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  6. Train-Car Booths
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    Train-Car Booths

    Used for meetings or meals, booths modeled after train cars line the hallway.

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  7. Pink and Green
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    Pink and Green

    The space is awash in lime green and bubble gum pink.

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  8. Boardroom Table
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    Boardroom Table

    The boardroom table, named the Tour de France, can be divided for smaller meetings.

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  9. Hazard Stripe Motif
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    Hazard Stripe Motif

    The black-and-yellow hazard stripe motif is meant to resemble No Parking markings around Bangkok.

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  10. Trophy Table
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    Trophy Table

    Award trophies don't sit in a display, but on a centipede-like table.

    Photograph by Olivier Laude for Bloomberg Businessweek