Eric Laignel|Eric Laignel|Eric Laignel|Eric Laignel|Eric Laignel|Eric Laignel|Courtesy of Gestalten|Eric Laignel||The Spanish Steps act as meeting space and seating for lectures|Open workstations on the first floor have an industrial yet warm aesthetic|The chandeliers were made in Brooklyn and can be manually lowered|Rockwell Group’s visual cues all came from its hospitality experience|NeueHouse’s clubby sumptous style is attracting an influential NYC clientele|Natural, tactile materials contrast with raw industrial elements|Teams of up to 10 can take up private offices and resize them accordingly|Atelier members have a fixed desk or group of desks for up to four people||
28 Jan 2014

Neuehouse by Rockwell

Words by Jenny Brewer

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