Inara Trend Design | Office Interior – Wieden+Kennedy NY | WORKac
Wieden+Kennedy NY | WORKac – Renowned advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy has developed a global reputation for innovative work dating back to their early Nike campaigns in the 1980s.
The agency’s Portland headquarters designed by Allied Works cemented Wieden+Kennedy’s position as a patron of architecture and continues to influence the design of their offices around the world.
WORKac’s design for the agency’s 50,000 sq ft New York office embraces urban density as its motto: a minimal compression of individual workspaces that opens up room for a gradient of diverse collective spaces.
The design for Wieden+Kennedy New York moves away from the office-as-playground to put work back at the heart of creative work. After a foray into the history of the workplace, research revealed that while advertising agencies have always been at the forefront of cutting-edge office design, no single workplace trend has replaced those that came before. Rather, the ways that people work have continued to evolve, layer and multiply.
Location: New York, United States
Architects in Charge: Amale Andraos, Dan Wood, Sam Dufaux
Area: 50000.0 ft2
Type: Office Building, Interior
Photography: Bruce Damonte, Raymond Adams, Courtesy of WORKac