RPM in London is based in a former treacle factory

Today we're taking a peek at the studio of RPM, an independent marketing agency based in a former treacle factory in London.

In RPM's own words: "Back in the day, RPM’s HQ was an Old Treacle Factory and we’ve deliberately kept some of the old features whilst modernising it through a recent revamp to include a third floor, (the tree-house as we call it), a large courtyard ideal for eating in the sunshine, ten meeting rooms all individually named after associations with the treacle making process and a cosy corner library. Our office space is linear and minimalistic, with as much natural light flooding in as possible; in fact the tree-house has a few walls entirely built from glass which really open up the space.

"The office is brought to life by quirky corners of creativity such as our inspiration shelving in the Creative department, bold splashes of colour on the meeting room and kitchen floors and subtle brand messaging like our neon ‘Say and Do™’ logo in reception. RPM’s branding is red and white, and we’ve incorporated these colours throughout.

"Our office is our home, so we aimed for comfort, space and a sleek design that’s welcoming, cosy yet professional."

Via direct submission | All images courtesy of RPM