A HQ designed to be out of this world
At fit-out firm Sonica’s Skerries offices, futuristic space is the opposite of ‘architectural karaoke’, designed to be off-trend and age well
It’s a case of ‘Sonica by name, super-Sonica by nature’ for the Irish-based multi-national commercial fit-out specialist firm, which is about to open the doors of its new €3.5 million headquarters office building in Skerries in north Co Dublin.
Spanning almost 2,800 square metre over three-storeys, the office hub, called First Landings, was a collaboration between Sonica’s founder, Donnacha Neary, and interiors architect Roisin Lafferty and her team at KLD.
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