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sneak peek: wonderfactory office

by Grace Bonney

since i work most days from my living room it’s hard to imagine going to work at an office again- but if i did, i definitely wouldn’t complain about going to work at this office. david link, founder and creative director of the wonderfactory (which focuses on branding and website strategy among other services) sent over these gorgeous shots of their new office design (designed by 212box). each room seems to have it’s own unique feel and i love the way they’ve incorporate some whimsical elements like the umbrellas into the decor. it sure beats white walls and cubicles everywhere. click here for more photos of the wonderfactory office, and click here for more on wonderfactory (check out their portfolio and client list, it’s pretty darn impressive). thanks, david!

[stay tuned for the under $100 gift guide at 1:30 pm!]

[this is the entrance to the wonderfactory’s “idea room”]

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