Natalie is a Workplace Consultant at Herman Miller and the former Editor of Work Design Magazine. She’s currently based in Pittsburgh.
A-list ad agency Droga5’s new NYC headquarters was designed not just to look creative, but to produce creative work. The 100,000+ square foot office was completed in May 2014 by ROGERS PARTNERS Architects+Urban Designers. Located on Wall Street, the office spans three floors and a two-story “war room” penthouse and is home to 250 employees.
Scroll for photos and details about the project, and at the bottom—because it’s Friday, and because won’t pretend to be immune to the cuteness of kittens—check out one of Droga5’s latest commercials: Taylor Swift swarmed with kittens for Diet Coke.
And—one more thing!—as promised, the T. Swift/kittens/Diet Coke commercial, from the creative minds (in the creative space) at Droga5:
(P.S. We kind of love this one even more, but kittens—as they’re wont to do—won the headline contest.)
These offices look wonderful. It is nice to see a new office design that have stuck with a professional look and feel, the space looks fantastic.
Although sometimes it’s nice to have some oddities in the office, this article shows a selection of slightly out of the ordinary office designs:http://paramountinteriors.com/oddities-office-design/