You’re home and you’ve got work to do. The work is serious stuff and it requires your complete professional attention, but that doesn’t mean your home office has to feel as stiff and rigid as your workspace at the corporate headquarters. At home it can be warmer, moodier and more stylish, not confined by the cold, sterile and stuffy guidelines from the employee handbook. That was out assignment from the Berres family and their home office. So we employed natural textures like ebonized walnut, raw steel and carbon concrete to give the environment an earthly feel but kept everything at strict angles to maintain the necessary productivity of an environment meant to get work done. The final accent was a feature that turned the lights off when anyplace on the metal was touched.