Wall Street, New York City
Dynamic Open Concept Office for the New Workplace
The New York branch of this M&A group wanted to respond to work in a post-pandemic world: Where employees felt at-home and comfortable, collaborative, and able to video conference with clients and companies all around the world.
The open space begins with space for 6 junior employees with computer workstations at their desks, and flows to an employee lounge where everyone is encouraged to bring their laptop and cell phone and do their work while on a sofa or chair, watching TV.
The firm partners have their desks in the corner and a small breakout area for employee one-on-ones immediately adjacent.
The largest conference room seats 8-10 people, the medium conference room seats 6, both featuring video conference capabilities. The small 'Zoom Room" enclave was designed for small conferences with 1-2 people.
The space feels like a SoHo loft, gets lots of bright sunlight, features glass walls to keep things open and airy, and there are plenty of photographs throughout for some inspiration of all the cities where the company is located. It is an office where everyone has looked forward to returning to each day.