Los Angeles-based design studio FreelandBuck is commissioned by Hungry Man Productions for an aesthetic overhaul and the result is an incredibly playful office interior that draws inspiration from minimalism. The site of the project is an 8,000 square foot industrial space which grants FreelandBuck quite of bit of creative freedom and opportunities for imaginative thought. From the high ceilings to the open floor plan, the LA firm embraces the airy location.
The playful office interior boasts massive white boxes that are used as spatial separators. This is definitely an unconventional alternative to the traditional wall, yet a very amusing approach that is potent in character. Thus, a fundamental component for enabling privacy is turned into an aesthetically pleasing feature.
Photo Credits: Eric Staudenmaier
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