In a former factory building located in Herald Square, this full-floor commercial condo was outfitted as the headquarters for a tech entrepreneur. The open floor plan and floor to ceiling glass partition system creates a visual connection across the floor and enables the abundant natural light to flow throughout the space. The open floor also allows the three companies that occupy the floor to freely coordinate and occupy real estate as needed. A hive of constant activity, the crisp industrial material palette and sophisticated lighting design, create a calm and neutral background in this busy office.
The lobby includes Italian marble framed in anodized aluminum and warm gray wood boards. Greeting guests is a custom-designed angular, white reception desk. To soften the space, organic shaped light fixtures are suspended overhead, the space is appointed with plants, and there are two custom felt-upholstered banquettes. Off the reception area is a corridor leading to seven small but comfortably appointed rooms designed for one-on-one meetings and interviews.
Centered on the main entrance lie the two most critical spaces of this office: the conference room and the pantry. Nicknamed ‘The Tank’ by the owner, the conference room has glass partitions on three sides to visually unite the two sides of the office. Directly behind the conference room is the open pantry. Not your typical office kitchenette, it is designed for informal meetings as much as for snacking.
Flanking the pantry & conference room are twin 50-foot-long work benches. Designed to be expandable, these hoteling workstations allow for flexible, morphing work arrangements. To keep the space clutter-free, lockers are provided for each employee. With the goal of accommodating a growing workforce, the open plan design and crisp lofty aesthetic allows this office to expand and adapt as necessary.
10600 SQFT / 985 SQM
FULL-FLOOR COMMERCIAL CONDO
FLEXIBLE COWORKING SPACE
ROOM FOR GROWTH