Design in Komfort

Ever wanted to design your dream office? Crackling log fires, a playroom equipped with wii’s or a powerful dynamic office to get your creative juices flowing? Well Komfort Workspace launched a competition late last year to make one persons dream office an augmented reality.  

The brief was to design the workspace of your dreams. The judging panel consisting of Theresa Dowling of FX Magazine, Nicola Osborn of MoreySmith, Colin Watson – BCFA, Justin Haylock – AR Developer, Jules Quested Williams and Celine Terry from Komfort had the tough task of choosing the winning entry. There were some amazing entries and I even had a go at creating a wonderful workspace design. However after much deliberation the successful creative winner of the prize consisting of a feature in this months April edition of FX Magazine, a new iPad 2 and their concept developed into augmented reality was….

Peter Karn – Senior Designer – Met Studio Design.
Top: Winner Peter Karn. Above: Peter’s winning design

Peter developed his concept from the realisation that no two days at the office are ever the same. Monday morning you might want to relax, Tuesday you might have that dynamic energy and by Friday you might just want to have fun as the weekend looms.
As you can see above, the office floors are divided between, calm, dynamic, fun, luxurious, immersive, peaceful and if you want some fresh air an awe inspiring sky floor. This was such a wonderful unique well deserved design which all of us can relate to.
Want to find out about the other winners and see the winning design in AR for yourself? Then grab this month issue of FX Magazine where the winners access card is enclosed. All you need is a computer and a webcam!

AR of the winner workspace design

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