||||||||||||||||||||||||||The building occupies seven stories at 20 Hudson Street|The design emphasises the company’s New York origins|Light installation in the reception|Five-storey wall installation by John Houshmand|The wall is made from thousands of pieces of spalted maple wood from local scrap lumber|The lounge area for informal meetings and get togethers|Arne Jacobson’s 7 chair|The MadSci Lab positioned so staff and clients can observe new media and technology testing|There are break-out areas or ‘living rooms’ on each floor|Large industrial windows provide views of the surrounding neighbourhood|Vitra’s Polda sofa and Eames LAX armchairs|John Houshmand’s table incorporates a slate panel for scribbling ideas|The Emeco navy chair|The communal area on the eighth floor is used by staff from each of the six agencies under the Havas banner||Samuel Wilkinson’s Hoof table for &Tradition|The ‘Sixth Sense’ video production area|The black ‘envelop’ designed to create a ‘cocoon-like environment|Bucket chairs in the screening room|One of the smaller meeting rooms|Breakout booths run alongside the open desk areas|Living room luxe|The reception areas change colours with LED lighting|The reception areas change colours with LED lighting|The reception areas change colours with LED lighting||
04 Feb 2015

TPG creates a New York vibe for Havas Worldwide

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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