The overall design of Spectorgroup’s new office will be energized with various spaces for collaboration and ideation. Gone is the hierarchy created by rows and rows of desks.
Forgoing the formal barrier of a traditional reception, The Commons is centered around a large reception lounge.
The architecture firm designs its own office. Move associated with company-wide growth in project markets, practice regions and addition of design talent.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, Aug. 31, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Spectorgroup, a New York-based interdisciplinary architecture, interior design and urban planning firm, announces that the practice will relocate to a new footing at 200 Madison Avenue, a 26-story Class A building in midtown Manhattan. The company will occupy the 19th floor following a move from its current headquarters at 183 Madison Avenue (one block south) in the fourth quarter of this year.
“We’ve wanted to make this move for a long time, but we’ve been waiting for the right time and space,” said Scott Spector, director of Spectorgroup. “Over the past few years, we have experienced company-wide growth, including expanding our project markets as well as adding talented design professionals to our teams. We have also opened an office in Miami, allowing us to expand into a new region of practice. Thanks to our new owners George Comfort & Sons and our new space at 200 Madison Avenue, we have an amazing opportunity to improve the way we practice, collaborate and serve our clients.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to reinvent our own workplace strategy,” said Lauren Gardner, Chief Creative and Strategy Officer at Spectorgroup. “We designed our new office to dismantle traditional workplace design and reframe typical layouts to meet our own needs. To do this, we treated ourselves as our own client, implementing workplace strategies to inform our vision and redefine the future vision of the company.
The overall design of Spectorgroup’s new office will be energized with various spaces that bring together teams, clients and visitors for collaboration and ideation. Gone is the hierarchy created by rows and rows of desks. Each architect, designer and administrator will have dedicated workstations and laptops as well as access to a variety of areas around the office that support all types of work styles. The result: a living studio that brings people to the heart of who Spectorgroup is and their design process.
“We are thrilled to provide Spectorgroup with the flexibility and high-quality design they were looking for for their new Manhattan headquarters at 200 Madison, while allowing them to stay in the same convenient, transit-rich neighborhood,” said the president of George Comfort & Sons. and CEO Peter S. Duncan. “As an innovative design firm, the floors in this space, the abundance of natural light, the high ceilings and the direct elevator access, complemented by the building’s beautiful neoclassical lobby and future renovations, were exactly what we wanted. what Spectorgroup was looking for. We are happy to add them to our valuable list of tenants.
Spectorgroup is an award-winning, interdisciplinary design firm with a portfolio spanning all real estate sectors, including commercial, mixed-use, retail and workplace strategy for some of the largest corporations and institutions across the world. country. Spectorgroup has been creating award-winning designs for over 50 years.
In addition to their new office in New York, the company’s most recent projects include 100 N. Biscayne Boulevard owned by RFRl (Miami), 95 Christopher Columbus Drive owned by Columbia Property Trust (New Jersey), Fanatics (NYC), The Carlyle Group with HYL (NYC), Citrin Cooperman (Nationwide), Colliers International (NYC), Eastdil Secured (NYC), MFA Financial (NYC), Medical Knowledge Group (NYC), Echo Street Capital (NYC), Reside Health ( NYC), and Resideo (Texas), among others.