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Art- the surprising heart of a workspace

As we continue to showcase the great work that went on behind-the-scenes of L’Oréal’s new workspace, we move to another ‘neighborhood’ in The Hub called Boroughs. Just as it sounds, this mural that stretches halfway through the office is a city-like collaboration with painted red brick, chain-link fence, old-school graffiti, and train lines designed to spill into the ceiling. This energetic nature of the metropolitan area is a feature of the new workspace that truly captures the beauty of the ‘Boroughs’ of New York City. Rightfully so, the artists behind this piece are a group of local New York City artists representing their graffiti and street art company, Klughaus.

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“The goal in creating the artwork was to encourage movement and collaboration across the workspace,” said Valentino, Co-founder of Klughaus.

Mentioning their personal experiences working in the ‘old corporate office setting’ and how draining and dull the environment seemed, Klughaus now works to create beautifully crafted designs for corporate offices and events across the globe. Hint: You may have even seen their work for Netflix, Adidas, or Firefly.

“Taking a step back, it really creates an environment that encourages creativity and for people to interact more. There is a true feeling of spirit,” said Valentino.

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