This patterned office space allows the Singapore-based company 'Intertrust' to maintain an environment that is both professional and visually interesting.
The office was designed by the firm 'Kelvin & Frank Reid' and has plenty of space and minimal decor that keeps the area simple and clean. In order to make the office more interesting, the designers chose to focus on the use of patterns rather than using excessive decorations. The resulting space has a variety of contrasting patterns that can be seen in the carpeting, on the windows that reveal offices, on the walls and even in lighting.
By using patterns to make this office more interesting, the designers managed to create a work space that replaces clutter with strategically placed focal points.
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