The transparent wallpaper trend is a fairly old one, but we quite like the view of the complementary wood floor desktop gracing the iMac displays of PlayLab's workstations which extend the perceptual view outward from the confines of a relatively small desk out into the rest of the studio. A good idea similar to using large mirrors to expand the perceived view in a small room. The rest of the design studio is a fun hodge podge of colours, artwork, new tech with old tech (can't identify the audio setup/speakers from these low res images), and a line up small sawhorse workstations each topped with its own iMac...
Another good idea to steal is how PlayLab has chosen to paint and highlight specific elements of their workspace furnishings to give the space a bit more character. Painting the side edges of tables and just the legs can give a ho-hum work desk a new life like a good tie can really set off a standard black suit.
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[via This Ain't No Disco]