The well-known set from the popular series The Office shows a dull and boring workspace typical of the early 2000’s. Featuring an open plan layout, shared desks, bulky computer screens and uninteresting features, we can only imagine how mundane working in this office would be.
Much like The Office, The Wolf of Wall Street office is quite dated and shows a common 1980’s office in America. The office layout is open plan, with bench desks across the mid region of the space. Large computers take up a sizable portion of the desk, and all décor is either blue, white or grey. The employees seem to be having a great time though!
The office in popular American series Mad Men is quintessentially 60’s, from the teak veneers, old-fashioned telephones, and even the Knoll-Style sofas. We love the artwork dotted round the office which gives the place real character!
The bright and airy office in The Devil Wears Prada gives the place a lovely spacious and open feel. The use of glass doors and partitions means there’s less need for artificial lighting, great for any office. The workspace is also home to a wardrobe full of clothes, some peoples idea of heaven!