High Line Office — flexible and light-filled

New York, NY
6,000 square feet
2014
Type: Offices
Theme: Opening to Light

We were asked to transform a raw, full-floor space in a building in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District for a New York-based company. They sought an office that included both collaborative work stations and private rooms. We designed custom work stations that encourage communication and integrate living plant systems, pointing to the company’s commitment to the environment.

A series of discrete sliding doors allows for private meetings within the open-plan space. Polished concrete floors and floor-to-ceiling windows frame sweeping views of the city and bring a sense of refined professionalism to the entire office.

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Collaborators

Deborah Berke Partners
Architect, Interior Designer

Verdant Gardens Design
Landscape Design

Kohler Ronan Consulting Engineers
MEP Engineer

Drawings

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