||||||||||Suspended ceilings were removed, gaining the workplace an extra 75cm of height|The kitchen acts as a touchdown and meeting area, with metal lockers and a custom-made table|The kitchen acts as a touchdown and meeting area, with metal lockers and a custom-made table|Salvaged cast-iron wall lights (formerly shovels) hang on the exposed columns|The meeting room is encased in aluminium-framed glazing, echoing the look of an old industrial steel door|A ‘real’ pre-war, industrial, Midtown New York building|”We often create much of the detail of a project ourselves”||
29 May 2015

Designers of top NY venues create Midtown office

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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