Posts Tagged ‘new york city’

Ervell store by Patrik Ervell and Joseph Whang, New York City

November 23rd, 2017

Designed in collaboration with Joseph Whang, the temporary retail installation consists of wall panels made of wood and pink fibreglass insulation foam, with two glass vitrines containing Ervell’s Autumn/Winter 2017 collection.

In Mocean Group Office by The Switzer Group, New York City

November 6th, 2017

In Mocean’s vision was to brand their space with references to the ocean, sand, air and clear blue skies. This was achieved through earthy sand tones for flooring, stretched ceiling fabrics, custom textured wavy glass, digital video content and carefully selected art pieces.

Quartz Office by Desai Chia Architecture, New York City

November 4th, 2017

This filtering buffer between the main entry and the work area is an undulating, wood-frame structure containing a coffee bar, reception area, book lounge, and a maker space. These break-out/brainstorming spaces are quirky, creative meeting destinations that support the company’s culture and collaborative process.

Digital Media Company Headquarter by Olson Kundig , New York City

October 12th, 2017

Very little of the building’s original structure is covered up. Overhead ductwork is left exposed, original steel columns protrude from new walls and original brick walls remain visible, revealing the building’s historic underpinnings while offering functional work and performance space to employees and guests.

Tommy John Office by Float Studio, New York City

September 8th, 2017

With a subdued color palette and artful barriers that delineate spaces without putting up whole walls, we designed a versatile, utilitarian space for them – an environment to mirror their product in its refinement without indulgence.

Investment Firm Office by TPG Architecture, New York City

September 5th, 2017

The new space is highly progressive, forgoing traditional private offices in favor of a 100% open plan. Generous amenities, rich details, art features, and advanced technology have helped to mitigate sensitivities related to the reduction of individual space in the new plan, which has become the inspiration for several of this client’s other offices throughout the world.

Nike New York Headquarters by WSDIA, New York – USA

August 18th, 2017


The six floor 150,000 square foot space includes a massive indoor basketball court, varied workspaces, a hand-tagged food truck, VIP and workout spaces, a Nike heritage inspired VW van, and a 90-foot long sedum planted Swoosh on the rooftop terrace.

Proper Cloth Offices by Fogarty Finger, New York City – USA

August 10th, 2017


Fogarty Finger worked closely with the made-to-measure retailer Proper Cloth to update their headquarters in an inviting SoHo loft space.

Asset Management Firm Offices by TPG Architecture, New York City – USA

August 5th, 2017

In addition to their new workspace, TPG designed an interconnecting stair to stimulate collaboration and innovation. The client underwent extensive growth in NYC as well as globally, and has nearly tripled in size since move in.

West Elm Headquarter by VM Architecture and Design, New York City

August 2nd, 2017

VMAD worked with West Elm to create a timeless and sophisticated space – more like an art gallery than a trendy office environment. VMAD wanted to develop an environment that celebrates and showcases the brand’s design aesthetic, one that incorporates custom artistic elements created by west elm’s world design partners and local Brooklyn artists.

Private Equity Firm Office by TPG Architecture, New York City

July 5th, 2017

TPG Architecture designed the offices of a private equity firm located in New York City, New York. This is a highly respected private equity firm. The Client wanted a warm and sophisticated design, with a greater use of glass to promote communication and transparency.

Aesop store by Tacklebox Architecture, New York City

July 4th, 2017

Two of the walls are lined with vertical strips of milled pine plywood, oriented so the layers are visible. Shelves for displaying Aesop’s distinctively branded products that protrude from the wooden wall take the shape of upturned clothes hangers – “a subtle gesture referencing the former life of the building”.

“Lumen” Installation by Jenny Sabin Studio at MoMA PS1, New York City

July 4th, 2017

Constructed from more than 1,000,000 yards of “digitally knitted and robotically woven fiber,” this year’s structure features 250 hanging tubular structures designed to capture and display the ever-changing color of sunlight over the course of the day.

Nobu Downtown restaurant by Rockwell Group, New York City

July 3rd, 2017

Situated right in the middle, in between four massive columns, is a circular bar marked by backlit onyx panels and situated right below a suspended brushstroke sculpture inspired by calligraphy, and which serves as a focal point of the space.

M Booth offices by Spector Group, New York City

June 30th, 2017

With more than 200 staff utilizing M Booth’s new office space, placing an emphasis on employee satisfaction was key in implementing the interior design.

Casper Office by FLOAT Studio, New York City

June 24th, 2017

We used shades of blue and natural tones to create a soft, dreamlike environment on the 16th floor, and darker more vibrant blues in their penthouse to create a sense of transition from day to night.

Fish Cheeks restaurant by Space NY, New York City

June 23rd, 2017

Colorful scalloped tiles and a shingled outdoor awning emulate fish scales and Thai temple roofing. Wooden wall panels give the interior a warm feel when the shadows cast from the hanging basket light fixtures, complemented by fresh greenery.

Sennheiser SoHo Pop-Up Store by hartmannvonsiebenthal, New York City

June 22nd, 2017

For five months, New Yorkers can literally immerse in the future of audio: entering the store via the “Sound Tunnel’’, step by step the sounds of the city outside attenuate and the sense of hearing is heightened.

Alsion Lou Spring window by SPACE NY, New York City

June 19th, 2017

The honeycomb background serves as the oversized bees hive, the brass chains installed in the honeycomb pattern have resin dripping from them giving the appearance of dripping honey. The three bees are hand sculpted, and each have Alison Lou stackable rings on their forward-facing leg.

McCann WorldGroup Office by TPG Architecture, New York City

June 16th, 2017

The 26,000 square foot space is outfitted with collaborative spaces, a main board room and enclosed brainstorming white box spaces. The 28th floor incorporates elements of a progressive workplace and highlights a unique combination of open workspace, closed and open collaboration and executive offices.