Publicis Groupe brought on Clive Wilkinson Architects to design their new North America headquarters in New York City. The new 190,000 SF space spans eight contiguous floors and is home to 1200 employees. Clive Wilkinson Architects imagined this organic working community as a tree extending through all the floors providing visual continuity and a transformative architectural language for the creative agency. dTank joined the team to provide our services and expertise in creating office furniture that brings people together.
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Client: Publicis Groupe
Industry: Advertising and Public Relations
Location: New York, NY
Scope: Organic Shaped Work Benches and Tables, Banquette Seating and Tables, Acoustical Room Enclosures
Materials: Oak Laminate with Hardwood Edge, Powder-Coated Steel, Acoustical Felt Material
Design Firm: Clive Wilkinson Architects
Project completed in 2016
Work Benches and Tables
In keeping with the tree concept, we created several organically shaped work benches and tables that curve following the natural shape of the interior. The tables were made with oak laminate and hardwood edges while the legs were made with powder-coated steel. Along the center of each collaborative work table is a groove that holds the wire manager, keeping it hidden yet easily accessible.
Banquette Seating and Tables
The dual-sided banquette was created providing two seating options. On one side, a tall bar table and the other, booth seating with individual tables.
Acoustical Room Enclosures
Using raw acoustical material, we created cloud-like enclosures providing limited privacy meeting space for the staff. The acoustical felt material showcased a very natural raw look and assisted in limited sound problems that could occur with an open space.
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