An all white loft office space with soaring 20 foot arched windows and neutral but edgy decor - pretty much the office fantasy of every urban creative. The type of space you imagine you'd suddenly become endlessly creative and come up with successive brilliant, genius ideas as if those white painted brick walls could whisper to you. I've been lucky enough to work in a converted warehouse space for a while now (minus the 20 foot arched windows) and while I can't vouch any level of genius in the ideas we've produced there (one of my best yet involved implementing 'tea time' complete with chocolate biscuits), I have to say there is something about those blank painted white brick walls that fills your mind with possibilities (chocolate biscuits definitely help too!).
This beautiful loft is the home of Muh-Tay-Zik | Hoffer Ad agency in San Francisco. The space is so pretty I'd happily move right in! Which makes me think it could even be a sneaky ploy to get everyone to voluntarily work overtime just to stay in the space. With lounge-y white sofas draped in plush sheep skin and even a Jacobean ping-pong table, who really needs to go home? They even have a massive kitchen that's likely stacked with tea and chocolate biscuits! A most inspiring creative work space - and a few ideas that would translate beautifully into a home too!