Photo by <a href="http://www.eriku.se"> Erik Undehn </a>
Photo by Erik Undehn

In Manhattan’s Garment District a new office for a company in the creative field was designed by Halleroed design studio, based in Stockholm and led by Swedish designer Christian Halleröd.

Photo by <a href="http://www.eriku.se"> Erik Undehn </a>
Photo by Erik Undehn

The project surely evokes atmospheres from a David Lynch movie, and wood-paneled walls set the tone throughout the whole area.

Photo by <a href="http://www.eriku.se"> Erik Undehn </a>
Photo by Erik Undehn

The office spaces are conceived almost totally onto a single floor, and it’s thought to be an open space, with panels dividing the different areas.

Photo by <a href="http://www.eriku.se"> Erik Undehn </a>
Photo by Erik Undehn

A series of materials and hues were utilized on this project such as warm wood, marbles, or blue and cream carpets admirable through the spaces, from the reception to the common area.

Photo by <a href="http://www.eriku.se"> Erik Undehn </a>
Photo by Erik Undehn

The furniture is carefully selected with refined elements coming from all over the world, mostly vintage pieces, such as a sofa by Vladimir Kagan or wood chairs by Pierre Jeanneret.

Photo by <a href="http://www.eriku.se"> Erik Undehn </a>
Photo by Erik Undehn