Power Rooms: Executive Offices, Corporate Lobbies, and Conference Rooms

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Schiffer Pub., Dec 1, 2007 - Architecture - 157 pages
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Look into Americas most notable corporate atriums, boardrooms, lobbies, seating areas, and executive offices and experience their powerful interior designs. Actual installations by professional architects and designers, these spaces reflect the powerful atmosphere in which corporate decisions are made daily. Over 235 color photographs present a cross-section of corporate designs and contemporary rooms that are on the cutting edge. The rooms use various materials, colors, light, and structural containment to provide ambiance. Some are simple designs utilizing creativity and function as their inspiration, while others use bolder elements to create memorable designs. From wood to polished marble and accent lighting, the elements add drama to the space. This book will provide awe and inspiration to executives, architects, interior designers, and committee members looking for powerful ideas.

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Contents

Section 1
41
Section 2
42
Section 3
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About the author (2007)

Jack Neith has been photographing architecture and interiors for major publications for 25 years. His work can be found on covers and in annual reports, product brochures, and advertisements internationally. He lives near Philadelphia, in Shamong, New Jersey.

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