Argyll Business Centres has unveiled its lavish new corporate literature, created by London communications group, Souk Response. The collaboration, between Souk’s head of design Christian Nelson and renowned interior photographer Chris Tubbs, has produced a brochure that aims to reflect the luxurious ethos of their Mayfair client. ‘We wanted to produce a piece of literature that really showcased the attention to detail and quality that goes into its offices,’ says Nelson.
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