An inspiring design and interior opportunity occurred when Cloudfactory, a creative agency, had to relocate their studio to a larger location and needed professional help with floorplans, adding existing furniture to a brand-new interior and creating more, bigger and better work spaces. Lots of different color was used, to make sure every originally crafted or designed art piece got the best exposure possible within the studio. The location still has kept its original features, like the wooden beam ceiling on the first floor and the ground floor original brick wall, which are fully integrated in the interior. These features, the interior design and set up of the studio now fully represents what the collective creative agency stands for. While entering the studio, the bright open yellow kitchen with a big stove, has become the heart of the agency, where everyone enjoys self-made lunches together, which adds to collaboration between employees and free-lancers. The kitchen is also used for informal meetings with clients. Extra storage, from floor to ceiling was created by using big cupboards as walls, which separate the wardrobe and bathrooms from the atelier.