Vibrant Sherwin-Williams Office Interior Design in Malaysia.
Sherwin-Williams is a well known international company that produces a wide array of vibrant colorful paints for interior, exterior and DIY (do-it-yourself) projects. It only makes sense that the Sherwin-Williams Malaysia location is both a colorful and creative office interior design. The designer firm, M Moser Associates, is responsible for this beautiful work.
The colorful architectural interior offers employees a fun and open work environment. The basic language of colors and the feng shui in this office design, brings out a perfected balance throughout the environment.
Many of the walls in this office are covered in brightly painted murals, while others are covered in colorful paint chip blocks.
Employees love working in this comfortable colorful office space, and as a result their productivity is increased. The color contrast between neutrals, whites and greys and all the bright colors of this office is spectacular and truly impressive. It brings electrifying flow throughout the entire environment. The Sherwin-Williams Malaysia office is a perfect example of the possibilities of paints.
Colorful wallpaper is used as an accent on a dividing wall at one of the spaces.
This office space is modern, creative and vibrant, very different from other offices in the area. This is an example of a truly superior office design complementing the brand of the company. This design revolves heavily around brightly colored walls and furniture, which is perfect for Sherwin-Williams. They did an excellent job at illustrating the possibilities of a colorful, vibrant and equally balanced office space.
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