Getting a peek inside a brand's headquarters is often as revealing as looking into someone's home; you can tell lots about the company's focus and aesthetic from the way an office is laid out. 

Mykita's space says that it's all about form, function and ease, as the fabrication area seems to move into the assembly and packaging room, which seems to be across the floor from the formal offices - everything flows seamlessly from one production point to another. 

Which, I guess is in keeping with their focus on doing all their eyewear construction and branding under one roof. Makes me feel as if I can take a pair of their optical glasses back to the Berlin headquarters and anyone I meet there can tell me exactly who created each element on my specs...


NB Images Courtesy Mykita

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