At Home Design Ideas, a new week means a new project and today is not the exception. Get to know one of the best office interior design designed by Ted Moudis Associates.
Located in New York City, Ted Moudis Associates was the responsible for styling the new office of the wealth management firm Marshall Wace.
To find this amazing project you just need to go to Midtown Manhattan. It actually occupies a 10.000+ square foot floor of an office tower.
Contrasting with the previous office space in New England, the New York office reflects precisely a more bustling atmosphere, typical of the city that never sleeps.
Upon entering, you’ll find this inviting waiting room. Such a snug entry with those bespoke sofas.
This interior setting shows how this is a multi-functional office, which was also built to give calmness and comfort.
Inspired by the 60’s sci-ﬁ aesthetics, Armstrong arc lamp is a true Italian design classic. It has a minimalistic style with a clear usability. So simple and yet a statement of good taste.
In order to avoid a traditional office environment, the design goal of Ted Moudis Associates was to develop a more relaxed ambiance, in which the employees feel at home. And this kitchen speaks for itself, don’t you think?
Such an incredible space ideal to chat to a colleague in a relaxing, informal way.
How can we be indifferent to these pendants? The perfect complement to this artistic setting.
All materials used were reclaimed and recycled in order to keep the environmentally conscious nature of the project.
Among the main design priorities was an open work space plan. These glazed windows divide the space, creating distinct yet ample places.
Marshall Wace intended to create a cohesive vision between the New York office and the corporate headquarters in London. In this sense, Ted Moudis Associates decided to integrate camera technology into the design so that the both offices could communicate anytime.
IMAGES’ CREDITS: Ted Moudis Associates
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