pliskin architecture expands tech office in midtown NYC pliskin architecture expands tech office in midtown NYC
mar 12, 2016

pliskin architecture expands tech office in midtown NYC

pliskin architecture expands tech office in midtown NYC
all images courtesy of liam frederick

 

 

 

tribeca based pliskin architecture — in collaboration with lothan architects — has reinvented the office culture at a technology company in new york city. the intervention is an expansion that effectively doubles the headquarter’s available space, and features organizational shifts that align well with the client’s branding. featuring both highly finished and intentionally industrial areas, the office accommodates a range of activities with various levels of formality. conference rooms, relaxed activity ‘hubs’, and open office desk organization come together to define the concept.


open workstations 

 


video courtesy of pliskin architecture

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primary conference room


work areas 


informal conference room

pliskin architecture tech office midtown NYC
an extensive lighting grid provides equal lighting throughout the office 


seating area 


hanging flex desk 

pliskin architecture tech office midtown NYC
kitchen  

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table detail; the unit is made using recycled skateboard decks 

pliskin architecture tech office midtown NYC
hanging desk and city view  

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women’s restroom

 

 

project info:

 

architecture: pliskin architecture PLLC
project manager: travis bunt, AIA
lead designer: tom heltzel, RA
design team: barak pliskin, john buonocore, mat staudt, switchaya yingsree, tom heltzel, travis bunt
associate designer: lothan architects
MEP engineering: avcon engineering
lighting design: megan pfeffer
graphic design: mel lim design
contractor: plaza construction
furniture: edge office
photography: liam frederick

 

 

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edited by: nick brink | designboom

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