If you havent already, Google the 'elements and principles of art' and keep them in the back of your mind as you create You are very very good no doubt, but keeping these things slightly in the back of your mind makes your work really "pop", where people cant put a finger on what makes it look great - thats when you know you've used the elements and principles well.
I would suggest, in that top corner, dont put in much detail what ever you put in there.. just something that is fairly basic with form, but which has shape that directs you towards the centre column (some pipe work perhaps?) that will "lead" the eye. Keep up the excellent work. The a/c unit does this well on the other wall.
If I was to be very picky, I would put something very small like a pencil, paper and sharpener on the desk closest to the viewer all juxtaposed..
in the new update of the project (which I'll post when I have it ready), I added a pencil sharpener and a scaler on the nearby table ... Very good article on "elements and principles of art", I'll keep that in mind every time you make a new design or composition ... Thanks for everything!
Looks fantastic but refering back to the elements and principles of art, that top right space is a little bare. Is there something you could add there to allow the movement of my eyes to gaze around the whole picture? The rest of it is great and my eye is lead around the whole room, except for that one corner
Perhaps some piping/duct work? or very small windows or something..?
I feel sorry for the people working in that room as they would be very squished right next to each other, typing away in that poorly lit room haha with the supervisor right behind them!
Thank you very much for your comment! It is a very good review! I need people to tell me more things like this so I can keep improving. I was thinking about putting a light in that area so that the view will perch on four main points: D Again thank you for your comment ^ ^