What Would Work Be Like in Offices Designed by Famous Movie Directors?

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Would it be worth returning to work in offices designed by famous movie directors? Check out what the folks at Brother UK have imagined.

Offices Designed by Famous Movie Directors Baz Luhrmann

Being away from an actual office for so long leaves us with plenty of time to imagine what the ideal workspace would look like once we finally return (if ever).

The clever folks at Brother UK have been dreaming about that very subject a lot lately. Apparently they have some wildly creative team members, who came up with ideas for what your workplace would look like in offices designed by famous movie directors.

Taking inspiration from diverse helmers from Wes Anderson to Guillermo Del Toro, they’ve created five eye-catching offices that they think would be sure to increase your motivation and boost your workplace wellbeing.Get your popcorn ready, and prepare to discover your cinematic dream office…

Imaginary Offices Designed by Famous Movie Directors

Wes Anderson

offices designed by famous movie directors, Wes Anderson
Inspired by Anderson’s strong visuals and symmetrical cinematography, this office includes a retro color palette, vintage furniture and art deco ceiling lamps. With elements borrowed from The Grand Budapest Hotel and Moonrise Kingdom, this office certainly makes you feel as if you’ve have gone back in time.

Tim Burton

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Burton’s signature style makes for a gothic and low-lit office space. Notice how elements have been taken from several of his highly stylised films, with nods to the melancholic Edward Scissorhands and a distinct floor pattern inspired by Beetlejuice. Can you spy the Cheshire Cat Grin from Alice in Wonderland?

Stanley Kubrick

offices designed by famous movie directors, Stanley kubrick
Inspired by two of his greatest movies – Space Odyssey 2001 and The Shining – this office space features key visual elements such as a sinister and iconic pattern from The Shining, and the juxtaposition of classical sculptures against futuristic elements. Check out the monolith at the front of the room, as featured at the start of Space Odyssey 2001.

Guillermo Del Toro

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Inspired by his distinctive style that merges the worlds of monsters and comic books, this office could be part of a science lab. Taking elements from The Shape of Water, Pan’s Labyrinth and Hellboy, notice that this office has an industrial touch, with metal bookshelves and ceiling lamps.

Baz Luhrmann

offices designed by famous movie directors, baz Luhrmann

It’s showtime! This office space was inspired by Baz Luhrmann’s lavish and theatrical style. From Moulin Rouge to The Great Gatsby, this office features distinct visual elements such as a red color palette and lighting reminiscent of early-20th Century theatres.

Would it be worth returning to work in offices designed by famous movie directors? Check out what the folks at Brother UK have imagined.

 

 

Lisa Johnson Mandell gives you the latest TV news and movie reviews all on as well as the latest on celebrity homes in Hollywood, celebrity homes in Malibu and beyond, all on At Home In Hollywood.

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Lisa Johnson Mandell is an award winning journalist, author and film/TV critic. She can be heard regularly on Cumulus radio stations throughout the US, and on BBC Radio.

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