Styled in true Lord Whitney fashion, the Not Bored Room was an adventurer’s delight. With a fictitious Duke ancestry and mementos from an illustrious life, The Not Bored Room was an immediate hit and continues to surprise up until this day
Working alongside Duke Studios to design a new kind of meeting space, Lord Whitney were keen to image a space which provided a something different.
The brief was to re-think the traditional board room, so they did and came up with the ‘The Not Bored Room’. Lord Whitney re-worked the space into a world within a world, filled with weird artefacts, wonderful objects and bizarre images. It includes interactive features such as a ‘Jargon Generator’ and ‘Thinking Hats’, creating a unique meeting space like no other.
Concept Development alongside Duke Studios, Interior Design, Prop sourcing, Interior Styling