|||||||||||“It’s mixed in a way that feels very residential and eclectic”|Photography by the likes of Mark Shaw and Lillian Bassman has been lent by dealers to enhance the space|Staff shifted to open-plan working when they moved offices; desks are supplemented by collaborative space|Featured designers include Paul McCobb, Warren Platner and George Nelson|The bar area, moody in dark timber with black painted walls|The oversize chess set has been a feature of 1stdibs’ office since the early days|The aesthetics lean heavily on the mid-century style that the website is known for|Natural materials such as wool, leather and timber generate a sense of warmth|1stdibs was the first tenant in the new building, designed by Maki & Associates|||
21 May 2015

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