Our friends at Current bring their Brooklyn-aesthetic to Austin in the design of this strategy consulting firm’s 2200-square-foot space. Industrial elements, such as concrete floors and steel and glass doors, meet locally-sourced custom millwork, wallpaper, and rugs. Tying together the design are photographs by NYC-based Dolly Faibyshev that channel a famous Texan pastime, the rodeo. See the full tour below, and more in Lonny Magazine.
Design by Current | Photos by Andrea Calo
“The 2200-square-foot space is decidedly open and spare. Current paired finished concrete floors with bright, white-painted walls, and introduced industrial elements like insulated glass and steel interior doors, to keep with their 'Brooklyn edge.'”
“[The locale] has a New York City feel, but with the pace of LA.”
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