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The home office of Vancouver developers Peter and Brenda Juric. Interior design by Kelly Deck Design.

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Taking advantage of the room's length, it was decided to run the desks along the window wall, which opened up the view to the front garden, increased the surface area available for working and created space to build full-depth millwork on the opposite side of the room.

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Artworks grouped on a wall draw you into the space.

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High upper cabinetry was placed within a recess in the corner on the wall opposite the window to store stationary and tools.

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A flip-up countertop serves as a good surface on which to review architectural drawings.

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The built-in millwork is available for file storage.

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The playful utilitarianism of the Torch Light fixture counters the plain white of the office background, leaving the matte black finish to reference the room’s other dark elements--carpet, hardware, computers, and Eames chairs.

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