Ultimate office Interior for geeks!

With a purpose to craft truly rousing, overwhelming, and creative spaces and furniture that will bring out the best in people, a 3,000 square feet inimitable and mesmerizing office interior based upon The Nautilus from the novel "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" has been designed for Three Rings Design, Inc. The office has been designed in a way a ship's interiors are designed. Take a look at the pictures and you will be bound to say 'Whoa!'

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There are multifaceted screens that partition the numerous work areas and the Victorian submarine trappings. Each work area is equipped with five to seven desks, each of which is designed uniquely. First, the 3D models of the simple desk were taken to the Adobe Illustrator "templates" and then Three Ring's designer team settled on the final design of the desks that how they want to look them like.

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The Arches characterize the work areas while the larger screens part the work areas from the hang-out areas. I know what you guys are looking for. Yes, it's there only. The complete bar stands on heavy-duty non-marking rubber casters so that it can be easily moved. You can get the feel of aquatic life from the design of the bar. Interestingly, you can swap the bar with the bookcases. They call it "Just in Time Design".

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As there are many bike riders in the office, you will find a bike area dubbed 'Engine Room' to park the bikes. The edifice also has a "Tentacle Attack" room, fitted with 19-feet long tentacle couches, a TV game cabinet, and a color-shifting glowing coffee table.

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And, to give the finishing touches to the luxury ship (office in actual), they designed a lounge area, complete with a big dinning table, Salon style frames, a gigantic old-style map with a funky frame and Three Rings Logo, a custom chandelier and a Pool Table.

Via: BecauseWeCan

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