A long standing corporate client hired us to design a new office in an existing building in Greenwich. The project entailed converting 25,000 square feet of unoccupied space to include a reception area, conference rooms, video conference rooms, offices, sales areas, and open-plan work areas with a glassy, sophisticated feel.
The existing 1960s concrete building posed not only design challenges but practical ones. The unforgiving infrastructure was not easily accessible for 21st-century technological improvements. We met this challenge by leveraging the existing low concrete waffle ceiling as a design feature, incorporating carefully designed lighting and color palette to bring a light and airy feel to the otherwise heavy concrete construction. The conference and video-conference rooms seamlessly blend state of the art technology with the architecture to provide the best possible user experience without sacrificing the aesthetic integrity of the spaces.