The Neal Beckstedt Studio infuses a fun and modern residential design into a functional working space, making employees excited to go to work each day.
The open floor plan is organized around a large custom-made dark walnut table, acting as the heart of the room that is ideal for meetings and conferences. Each desk is made from plywood and large rolled steel to give off a vintage feel while still offering individual comfortable workspaces. The office is a prime example of the designer's work, giving a mix of multiple styles that work together seamlessly -- while still creating a one-of-a-kind aesthetic.
The large windows flood the Neal Beckstedt Studio with natural lighting, showing off the natural wood shades paired with light greys for a warm style of modernism.
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