Biotronik offices by Ted Moudis Associates, New York City

August 25th, 2016 by retail design blog

Ted Moudis Associates has designed the new offices of biotech firm Biotronik located in New York City. Biotronik, a German headquartered biotechnology firm that creates cardio- and endovascular medical devices, was looking to establish a presence on the east coast of the United States. Ted Moudis Associates designed a state-of- the-art office and showroom space in downtown Manhattan that highlights the precise engineering and technological advantages of Biotronik’s products.

The bright and sophisticated space provides a museum-like product showroom featuring the company’s devices created throughout its history, a large multi-purpose training room, and a technical simulator lab where surgeons can test Biotronik’s devices.
– The space also provides conference rooms, private offices, and a pantry/bar
– The training room doubles as an auditorium for large presentations and lectures
– We blended Biotronik’s existing branding and culture of precise engineering with with a new fresh outlook tailored for a “New York loft” environment
– The team designed a space that creates an experience for surgeons that is varied, interesting, interactive and informative by using a range of technology, printed graphics, and objects
– The showroom features carefully controlled lighting, lounge seating, and informative interactive display screens, along with a stunning city view, allowing Biotronik to also host receptions there

Design: Ted Moudis Associates
Photography: Magda Biernat

https://officesnapshots.com/2016/08/23/biotronik-offices-new-york-city/

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