World's Coolest Offices: Most Creative Materials

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Thornton Tomessti Uses Color With a Dual Purpose

Certainly, the choice of color matters for your office, but perhaps more importantly (and interestingly), color can be used as a device to tell a story. At Thornton Tomessti, the designers used green and blue accents to separate public spaces from private spaces, in order to organize the space and even direct work flow. The color scheme also reverberates with clients. "Initially directed at establishing a creative culture to attract and maintain staff, this interest expanded into a marketing strategy that would appeal to clients."