The Academy

In the cities of Seattle and Los Angeles, there exists a creative advertising and film agency called The Academy.

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The decoration of the offices are hip mix of old English inspiration with the added elements of trendy antique finds and Americana. The pool table rests in the center of the room allowing for a quick game while cranking out ideas for their next project.

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Italy circa 1860 carom style billiard table (AO278)

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The office for the executives, or reading room, boasts some diverse finds which range from  vintage film cameras, and license plates to native american busts and globes. The desk in the left photo sits on a singe tapering pedestal base making a great smaller and space-saving alternative to a larger desk.

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Italy circa 1930 square metal table (AS79), England circa 1900 globe (AW47)

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Italy circa 1890 large display shelf (AY231)

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The kitchen is decorated with a dark tile back splash and several different coffee makers for each personality. The bar is given added identity with a medical phrenology bust. Also there are 2 large leather arm chairs for relaxing while enjoying some lunch.

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Sweden circa 1920 pair of tufted leather arm chairs (AX95), Belgium circa 1880 phrenology model (AZ81)

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The Academy- The Academy exists to support the careers of a new generation of filmmakers, and the campaigns of evolved advertisers.  Our method is collaborative, pairing ambitious directors with smart producers to create inspired and effective work in a positive environment.  We specialize in both live-action and animation, often combining the two mediums to tell stories in new and unique ways.

Visit The Academy at academycreative.com

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