Black and White Office by TOYA Design

By : Dennis Franklin | 30 Jul 2015 2:51 pm | Offices

This elegant office space is located on the second floor of a tenement house in the old town of Konin, Poland and was designed by the practice of TOYA Design.

The beautiful location offers a view of the Warta River and the designers explained that the purpose of the use of black and white as the single tones in the interior was to make it better suited for artistic activities such as music, film, painting or photography. Strong colors usually alter the perception of such works, whereas the black and white combination provides a better ambiance.

The floor is wooden but painted in a chess pattern that transforms into a piano keys motive in the terrace area. The piano theme isn’t random, since this instrument is the main focus in the interior. There is also a table which can be turned into an office desk when needed and it can also be hidden behind a mirror wall to increase the space available when it is of no use.

 

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