Mother, Britain’s top-rated ad agency, needs new working table that can accommodate all of its staffs. Answering the need, Clive Wilkinson Architects comes up with a table capable of accommodating 200 people. The resulting design depicts the company culture quite clearly. It minimizes partition among work stations which signifies open communications and free flow of information. The impression one get is that it is filled with air of informality, in which structural hierarchy doesn’t seem to be something of the uppermost importance. The table itself fits well with the surrounding room. Simplifying the access to the third floor, a new 4.2m wide concrete staircase cutting through the building to connect the floors is installed and directly lead to the Agency’s concrete worktable and circuits through the upper floor like a racetrack. The project won several design awards, including a national AIA Honor Award.