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Unboxing This Side Up

It has been a little over a year since we moved to this new and cozy space. And it’s not even 100% finished yet. Even with our ready-to-vandalize chalkboard walls, there’s still room for more ideas and doodles. Just like any home, it’s never really done until like well, ever.

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*renderings from Iv C Designs – iccidc on Facebook
As a creative house, we got interior designer Ivy Crisostomo, and she was adventurous enough to work under a budget and find ways to whip up an inventive and exciting workplace. We didn’t have an overall theme for the office. Each room has a different story. These days have been busy, but the coffee and conversations are still flowing. Drop by and we’ll show you around.

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Reception area. The container van wall surface makes you feel like you have arrived at a port of entry.

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Production Area. The main work area doesn’t feel so tight with the use of wire mesh. The pedestrian crosswalk adds a great color splash to the gray space.

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Pantry. We love to eat and hang at the pantry where a long common table is also used for impromptu meetings.

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Interlock Room. Out of nowhere, a steampunk theme. Clients get onboard the retro-futuristic train for postproduction. We’re random like that. See that pretend window with the landscape painting? That was actually a doorway to a bathroom that we converted to a junior editing suite.

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Meeting Room. A crowd favorite is our very own park, complete with a 50-inch TV set, Nespresso machine, bike and functional swing.

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Bathroom. This is the bathroom where we put up a vanity mirror for your viewing pleasure. It’s probably the glossiest thing we have in the office. Don’t mind the hash tag.