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WTL Design creates office for Stellar Mega Films in Beijing

by Sophie Cullen on May 4, 2016 in Interiors
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Beijing-based firm WTL Design has completed the new offices for Stellar Mega Films in Beijing

The movie-making company specifically sought out to give as much attention to their employees as they do to their clients in the creation of the office space. With this in mind, the 10,763 sq-ft space was designed to include functionality and balance, as it aimed to improve the work life of everybody in the office.

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Natural light was a key element in producing this intended the overall effect, with all work stations and gathering areas being surrounded with light to promote team work and enthusiasm. All furnishings are both durable and elegant, creating a highly-functional and aesthetically-pleasing interior.

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Sleek, modern furniture and light fixtures have been used in the gathering areas, with some pieces reminiscent of Scandinavian design. Warm wood sits next a white and grey colour palette throughout the interior, with greenery spread throughout.

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