.... How often do we face the situation that chief's desk is absolutely different from the general outline of the office's stylistic design? A director, choosing a classic, massive table, undoubtedly emphasizes the status and crucial role in the team, but the rest of the office fades in comparison with chief's workplace.
Let's imagine an opposite situation: a boss, guided by the style of an office, chooses a table, visually similar to the tables of employees. We are sure that this solution is not suitable, because the place of a boss is an important stylistic and, what's more important, psychological accent of the entire office; it is a place of concentration of power, the "core" of your office universe.
What is the best option? How to find a balance between status and style?