office - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
The office was painted grey, and it had only one floor-to-ceiling window, which faced the main road. On the grey desk sat a desktop computer, a notebook lying open, and a stack of papers sitting under a turtle-shaped paperweight. In a corner, the air conditioner was blasting at medium, and there was a swivel chair in the middle of the office. A bookshelf, bursting with books was in a corner, with yet another stack of papers under a paperweight that was shaped to look like a tuft of grass. A few pens were lying on the papers, but some had fallen onto the top of the bookshelf.
I remember working in an office where the atmosphere of tension had become so severe and pervasive that one could barely see more than a few feet in any direction.
The ceiling light still illuminated the windowless office, but it was dim and flickered at strobe-like intervals.
...the elevator that opened directly into his private office, a huge room occupying the corner of the building with floor-to-ceiling windows giving views in two directions: Fifth Avenue to the east, Central Park just a few blocks north. The two remaining walls contained a door, a low bookshelf, and a single oil painting - a vase of flowers by Vincent van Gogh.
The black glass surface of his desk was equally uncluttered: a computer, a leather notebook, and a framed photograph of a fourteen year old boy.
Found in Alex Rider, Point Blank, authored by .
In a state of half organized clutter, mahogany desk with three drawers on the right hand side, swivel chair, mac book pro, several stacks of paperwork, pens in a tin, floor to ceiling bookshelf, books leaning against one another different directions, , filling cabinet with paper work stacked on top, water dispenser with no cups.