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Image 11 of 16 from gallery of Prescient Offices / Perkins+Will. Photograph by Hedrich Blessing Photographers

Image 11 of 16 from gallery of Prescient Offices / Perkins+Will. Photograph by Hedrich Blessing Photographers

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Huntsman Architectural Group has designed the new office space of web design and hosting company Weebly located in San Francisco, California. A leader in

Fetch Offices SF | Disc Occasional Tables w/ Custom Teal Laminate Top and PVC Edge

Huntsman Architectural Group was engaged by top digital agency and consultancy, Fetch, to design their offices located in San Francisco, California. Fetch

WIRO 6.1 - Suspended lights from Wever & Ducré | Architonic

Anyone who says “diamonds are a girl’s best friend” doesn’t know our WIROs yet! Because the stylish luminaires by architect and designer Bernd Steinhuber will take your heart by storm. They look like a sketch drawn in the air and can be hung individually or as an ensemble – even in different sizes. So pick your favourite shape and combine away! Give your imagination free rein with diamond, globe, and industry. Including for the light ambiance. Because these crazy lights are also as flexible…

Wherever possible, use natural light by letting the sun shine through windows and skylights. Alternatively, use full-spectrum lighting, which simulates the brilliance of sunlight, reducing glare and fatigue. Avoid fixtures that point straight down or act as spotlights. These focus energy in one place rather than bathing the entire space in warm light. Read our blog to learn how you can design your home office using Feng Shui as a guide.

Wherever possible, use natural light by letting the sun shine through windows and skylights. Alternatively, use full-spectrum lighting, which simulates the brilliance of sunlight, reducing glare and fatigue. Avoid fixtures that point straight down or act as spotlights. These focus energy in one place rather than bathing the entire space in warm light. Read our blog to learn how you can design your home office using Feng Shui as a guide.