Project Description

New York Review of Books

New York, NY

2009

For the New York Review of Books, one of the most prominent literary magazines in the United States, 1100 Architect designed a flexible environment that encourages contemplative work, facilitates collective engagement, and accommodates company growth. Oriented around three common lounges, this flexible 10,600-square-foot space was designed to accommodate reading, writing, research, and collaboration. Personalized meeting rooms, private work areas, and inviting common spaces are lined with custom shelving that provide ample storage for the large volume of printed materials that pass through the office.

PHOTOGRAPHY © JEFF CATE

New York Review of Books

New York, NY

2009

For the New York Review of Books, one of the most prominent literary magazines in the United States, 1100 Architect designed a flexible environment that encourages contemplative work, facilitates collective engagement, and accommodates company growth. Oriented around three common lounges, this flexible 10,600-square-foot space was designed to accommodate reading, writing, research, and collaboration. Personalized meeting rooms, private work areas, and inviting common spaces are lined with custom shelving that provide ample storage for the large volume of printed materials that pass through the office.

PHOTOGRAPHY © JEFF CATE