In one smooth stroke of genius, this interior design moves from minimalist and modern to colorful and creative. Wallpaper in the style of stacked magazines makes the space come alive with a home-made look that is appropriately clever for the office of a company of graphic designers. Crisp, clean, contemporary … and just plain cool.
Placed to divide a conference room as well as a copy and storage space from the main entry and work area, the wallpaper runs from floor to ceiling and wall to wall (except for windows and doors of course) on either side of this central and conceptually pivotal spatial divider. Designed by Elding Oscarson for Oktavilla, these wallpapers make you want to literally turn the page to walk into the next room.
Simple white ceilings, likewise walls and structural elements combined with wood desks, tables and workstations make the rest of the space seem subtle, stylish and contemporary rather than bare and boring as black-and-white color schemes can be. Abstract in the background, relevant and bold close up, this whole design idea from start to finish is one great graphic illustration of the potential of a single well-chosen designer strategy – what better way to brand your graphic design agency?