Dexter studios office by WGNB, Seoul – South Korea

November 22nd, 2016 by retail design blog

Dexter Studios is a VFX company. The term ‘VFX’ (Visual FX) refers to visual special effects. It creates images that cannot exist and develops techniques used to shoot scenes impossible to shoot or difficult to use actual life-size objects. Since the company exclusively deals with image related projects, people at the company work in a darker environment than regular office environment.

This office is always a nighttime even during the daytime outside. It is a space where day & night coexist like Rene Magritte’s The Empire of Light. The lounge space is a space mainly used by the employees, where the analogue element of book coexists with the digital element by opening the server room that is also the heart of this office.

The second lounge space is mainly a waiting space for visitors, and images that were created by this company have been printed in 3D as objects that cover the entire floor to expand the space.

Designed by WGNB

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One thought on “Dexter studios office by WGNB, Seoul – South Korea

  1. I love how dark the office is. Just looking at those pictures make me feel so cozy.

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