Posts Tagged ‘new york city’

Paperless Post headquarters by +ADD, New York City

March 17th, 2017

Paperless Post wanted to prioritise openness for their new office, so exposed workstations take up the east and west wings to take advantage of natural light.

Fox Rothschild Office by Francis Cauffman, New York City

March 2nd, 2017

The design team aimed to create a space that enhanced the total client experience while providing a sense of comfort. In creating a significant client-focused conference center to support the practice, the design team maximized views of the new surroundings in Midtown Manhattan while ensuring that the center could accommodate state-of-the-art technology.

NASCAR Office by Ted Moudis Associates, New York City

February 24th, 2017

The ceiling above the reception area features dynamic, curvilinear forms representative of the racetrack itself. The concrete floor has integrated metal inlays that mimic the identical layout of the ceiling pattern, while the angular walls connect the floor and ceiling dynamically.

Kellogg’s restaurant by Chipman Design Architecture, New York City

February 17th, 2017

While being a relatively small and narrow space, the Design Team did not want the restaurant to feel cramped and claustrophobic, but light and airy. With a concept based on a 1950’s retro diner with a modern twist, mid-century modern furniture was chosen and specified in addition to the use of white painted brick and clean-lined, red light fixtures to tie the space back to the Kellogg’s brand.

Saatchi & Saatchi office by M Moser Associates, New York City

February 13th, 2017

The interior open plan has a floating linear slot wood ceiling strategically placed to create hub areas where collaborative spaces have been created.

Etsy Office by Gensler, New York City

January 26th, 2017

Blurring the lines between workplace and habitat, the headquarters is on track to become the largest Living Building Challenge Petal-Certified project in the world. The design aspires to be a fully independent, regenerative ecosystem that sets a bar for a more dynamic and robust interpretation of sustainability.

Squarespace Office by A+I, New York City

January 25th, 2017

A+I conducted a 3-month workplace strategy exercise which informed and optimized the architectural designs. The goal was to create an environment in which creativity, comfort, and collegiality could coexist, while allowing employees to effortlessly pivot between individual and collaborative work modes.

Trunk Club by Stewart-Schafer, New York City

January 21st, 2017

Stewart-Schafer kept the unique original details of the 100 year old building and customized all of the furnishings in the space including the reception desk, bar stools, two custom sofas, lounge chairs, dining chairs, curtains, and a beautiful brass bar shelf for a refreshing modern interpretation.

Arlo Hudson Square “Micro Hotel” by AvroKO, New York City

December 25th, 2016

The property is billed as “the first micro hotel in the United States with four-star design”. Each guest room measures roughly 160 square feet (15 square metres), which is about half the size of a standard US hotel room, according to CNBC.

Louis Vuitton store redesign by Peter Marino, New York City

December 23rd, 2016


Japanese artist Shuji Mukai was commissioned to hand-paint three columns within the store, with a design that relates directly to the gutai art movement popular in the 1950s and 60s. Peter Marino angled the wall behind the columns to make the artwork a focal point, while simultaneously re-directing circulation. In addition, Italian artist Giuseppe Penone has installed pieces made of molded leather and bronze — materials employed to lend the scheme a “natural ruggedness”.

LAVAZZA headquarter by Studio aCd Architetti, New York City – USA

December 17th, 2016



The showroom is the most public of the interior spaces, it was designed to emulate an almost home-like atmosphere, including white display cases for coffee-making equipment, books, and promotional items, The room is defined by a hardwood floor in contrasting natural wood and dark espresso stains, and two narrow white countertops that serve as meeting and display tables.

petit h Holiday Factory by Checkland Kindleysides and DML, New York City

December 16th, 2016

Around the perimeter of the space, an abstraction of the traditional advent calendar, presents collections of handmade jewellery, homeware and accessories within individually lit golden apertures. Elsewhere, textiles and prints are suspended from custom hangers on knotted leather cord.

adidas NYC store, New York City

December 5th, 2016

The interior is inspired by the functional aesthetic of american high school stadiums, and as such it features a tunnel entrance, stands for live-game viewing on big screens, locker rooms instead of dressing rooms, and track and field areas where avid shoppers can test and experience products. To signal the brand’s embrace of environmental principles, sustainability is very much at the core of the design.

The Farm SoHo by Lucas Seyhun, New York – USA

November 20th, 2016



Their story began in Missouri where they found a gorgeous barn that needed a second chance. They dismantled the barn and brought it to NYC and rebuilt it in their loft in SoHo.

Patagonia Bowery store by MNA, New York City

October 28th, 2016

In typical Patagonia fashion, this shop is about maintaining and showcasing the building’s rich history, most notably its run as CBGB Annex – a record shop, gallery, and event space.

Patagonia Meatpacking store by MNA, New York City

October 25th, 2016

The use of reclaimed timber and brick along with subway tile, raw steel, wired glass and a functioning meat rail creates connection to the historic building type that houses the store.

Subway 2016 windows by Coach & Booma Group, New York City

October 24th, 2016

This is the Coach vision of a Subway, luxurious, beautiful and stylish. Gunmetal handrails, bag holders and accessories, suede seats, pink brushed metal pannels and rubber floor.

Apple store by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, New York City

October 17th, 2016

Joints between light boxes that span across the ceilings follow the white steel beams. The signature chunky oak wood tables below are also oriented to echo these lines. Features include a large 6K video screen for product demos and entertainment, and cube seats that can be moved around during workshops and presentations.

Josefinas flagship store by Christian Lahoude Studio, New York City

October 11th, 2016

The fabrics, wall coverings and other materials were selected to reflect the strength and femininity of the brand, including leather and faux fur used by Josefinas in their designs.

Saks department store by Found, New York City

September 19th, 2016

The rotunda draws daylight into the building, as well as providing an eye-catching view of the kinetic street spectacle outside. A cylindrical marble tower within the rotunda houses the escalator, while the journey upwards leads into a stepped ‘amphitheater’ populated with mannequins.