The decor was inspired by the Egyptian statuette resting on the desk. Black, gold and paintings on the walls.
The office had white walls and a pine table making up the workstation. The Egyptian statuette was the only decorative element brought into this room.
The pine table has been repainted in black with golden stripes. Two black and golden rectangles were painted directly on the wall to create a graphic effect and a black and gold hand-painted painting was installed in the center of the two rectangles.
The rectangles were made with a black outline and a golden wiped paint.
The cupboards were decorated with Egyptian silhouettes directly drawn on the sliding doors.
The first drawing depicts the god Chacal Anubis in black and gold and dresses the first sliding door of the closet.
The second drawing represents the eye Oudjat also called Horus eye, which symbolizes vision, fertility, physical integrity, full moon and good health. It is represented by a black line on a gold background to remind the golden rectangles above the desk.
The third drawing depicts the Egyptian pharaoh Ramses 3 in black and gold and dresses the third sliding door of the closet.
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