The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Welcome to Light of Day, a collaborative boutique company that provides distinct visual effects in NYC. Its mission is to be responsive to their clients. Here, an entrance welcoming table serves up the client's favorite treats, whether it's caviar, cappuccino, or even M&M candies, setting the pace for how the team will serve the client. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

The bright, white, open space defines Light of Day and provides positive business energy. A bittersweet chocolate reception desk (with modesty panel) contrasts with the white décor, so it's clear it is the reception area. Oversize vinyl tile floor pick up the rhythm of the business as feet travel the office space. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Light of Day wanted to form a fantasy area for clients to wait—not just put them in another box. Eugénia created a modern Moroccan tent: light, open and cozy at the same time. The sheers move with the open energy of the space. White leather chairs are easily wiped, so no worries about enjoying a cup of coffee of glass of red wine while waiting. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Making use of every square inch, Eugénia created a virtual workspace in a recessed wall, which is available to both Light of Day team members and to clients who may need to check in with their business. Computers, two wall filing systems and comfortable chairs make this an easy go-to area of the company. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

This executive office serves many needs. The desk rests at a specific height so the executive can either stand or sit comfortably while working. Computer presentations are easily viewed by clients who sit comfortably on the plush leather sofa. The lighted side table further brands the Light of Day theme. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Technology and client service is the essence of Light of Day. In this office, the client is seated across from a large screen monitor to view the immediate results of a video project in progress. Adjustments made on the computer are viewed in real time on the screen. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.

The Design Studio and Eugenia Au Kim

Desk, chairs, table and a textured, crunchy ottoman form a "sculpture" in the middle of this multi-sided office—complete with porthole. Furniture gets moved around as a team is called in to brainstorm. A wonderful, kooky environment for the creative mind. Photo by Christopher Wesnofske.