The days of perfectly matching furniture, fabrics and colors are long in the past. The trend we are seeing embraced is mixed materials inspired by residential design elements. This can vary from metal and wood to contrasting finishes and colors.
Frequently in commercial interiors, trends taking place in the residential space begin to impact the way commercial spaces are crafted. This is especially true when considering the term Resimercial Design was coined for this reason exactly where commercial and residential
Office spaces have come a long way since the cubicle takeover of the 1980s and 1990s. Interior design is at the forefront of the workplace now and with it, a renewed sense of self, purpose, and spirit. What’s more, The
VITRA LIVING TOWER Designed by Verner Panton in 1969, The Living Tower reflects the popular ‘domestic landscape’ theme of the era. The large furniture sculpture fuses together various elements of a room, including the floor, walls, and ceiling. Over two meters
ConejoView Magazine Pacific Office Interiors had the honor of being featured on the cover of The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce's ConejoView Spring 2017 magazine. The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce is one of the largest chambers in the state
USC PROJECT STORY Fertita Hall is a beautifully executed space, that people find themselves compelled to explore upon entering. This project required extensive coordination and attention to detail. A multitude of local, national and international manufacturers were sourced and managed to execute this
Busby chair is one of Naughtone's most useful, modern and beautiful designs. The chair is a stylish haven built for everyday activities. Busby is used for individual seating, perfect for lobby areas and lounge seating. Designed with a cacoon-like shape, Busby
HumanScale is not just talking about sustainability, it is creating a Net Positive impact. The Living Product Challenge calls on manufacturers to make their own operations Net Positive with respect to impact categories such as water, energy, climate, waste and ecological