Macmillan Publishers’ new New York office was designed by TPG Architecture. The goal of this bureau was to design the design of the premises with an area of 16 444 sq.m. located in the building of the 1 New York Plaza business center. The result is a brand new open-plan office that can accommodate around 1,000 people and provide excellent meeting and conference facilities.
The design process was divided into three stages. The first involved research and analysis of a recently completed London building and developed design standards. The second stage was a written survey of employees of all departments of the organization. Finally, the third consisted of personal interviews with key decision makers. Based on all the findings, TPG applied new layout standards for each location.
The Macmillan office has a spacious reception area with a central staircase leading to the upper floors. There is a large conference room on the right side of the reception, while on the left side you can access the buffet, which offers stunning views of lower Manhattan and the World Trade Center.
Each floor has an open collaboration workspace with tall seating and colorful booths with a variety of gadgets such as whiteboards on the walls and phones.
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