Project Description

Financial Office

New York, NY

2005

The design of this office space, which occupies two floors of a Manhattan high-rise, facilitates the firm’s operations and communications by arraying public spaces on the lower level and private work areas on the upper. The open plan creates a flexible and collaborative environment that encourages interaction between principals and employees. Floor-to-ceiling glass partitions enclose most meeting rooms, allowing for private conversation while maintaining a sense of openness in the office. The contemporary design and direct lines of the space create an environment suited to displaying the client’s extensive collection of modern art.

Publications

Stephan, Petra. “Kunststuck.” AIT, April 2007.

PHOTOGRAPHY © MICHAEL MORAN

Financial Office

New York, NY

2005

The design of this office space, which occupies two floors of a Manhattan high-rise, facilitates the firm’s operations and communications by arraying public spaces on the lower level and private work areas on the upper. The open plan creates a flexible and collaborative environment that encourages interaction between principals and employees. Floor-to-ceiling glass partitions enclose most meeting rooms, allowing for private conversation while maintaining a sense of openness in the office. The contemporary design and direct lines of the space create an environment suited to displaying the client’s extensive collection of modern art.

Publications

Stephan, Petra. “Kunststuck.” AIT, April 2007.

PHOTOGRAPHY © MICHAEL MORAN