Courtesy of Andrea Calo.
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In uber-hip Austin, Texas, we’ve come to expect offices to forgo typical nine-to-five design mundanities like cubicles and florescent lights in favor of artisan décor, communal tables, and a choice bar cart or two.

So when Brooklyn design duo Xandro Aventajado and Rachel Kane, of Current Interiors, sent us their design of a strategy consulting firm’s office, which is based in the capital city, we knew it would be #officegoals.

“It has a New York City feel, but with the pace of LA,” notes Aventajado of the cool locale, a notion that the resulting design scheme certainly reflects.

The 2200-square-foot space is decidedly open and spare. Current paired finished concrete floors with bright, white-painted walls, and introduced industrial elements like insulated glass and steel interior doors, to keep with their “Brooklyn edge.” Wallpaper, rugs, art, and custom millwork warm up the interior—and were sourced locally from area design gems like Supply Showroom, Nannie Inez, and KKDW.

Click through to see the hip spot for yourself. Hint: there’s a custom shuffleboard table inside.