Of course, no one would want to call Judge Berrigan’s civil-right’s-focused-attention to the obvious “discriminating” taste of whoever decided to cram “the little people” in modules at the “expense” of this fine custom-designed space.
Surely, it’s not an absurd argument to claim that Oriental carpets of exceptional quality should only furnish the office space used by exceptional people – “high type folks” who can be trusted to sit on leather.
Below, a collection of gold-framed paintings hang over a custom-made desk with a leather executive chair. Directly in front of the desk is an antique table for small meetings that seats four comfortably in side chairs upholstered in neutral leather…
Should more informal conversation be desired, a sitting area furnished with a full-size sofa and two leather wing chairs is in front of the linen-draped wall behind the table.
The area can be entered directly from the stairwell – a convenience for those attending larger meeting that require a table seating eight. A sideboard for food service and a small kitchen area (not shown) make it possible to meet over a meal and an executive washroom (not shown) makes it unnecessary for anyone to leave the area while in the building .
How much longer could it possibly be before Heebe will want to play “Let’s Make a Deal” for real?
(photograph below added after Reader comment on other paintings)