Office space provider Forum recently hired architecture and interior design firm Spector Group to design a new office space in New York City, NY.
“Forum is designed for smaller tenants who want maximum space efficiency and flexible lease terms while maintaining access to a dynamic amenity suite. Four different businesses on the same floor. By doing so, forums encourage cross-collaboration and connectivity within shared spaces, facilitate the exchange of ideas, increase casual interactions, and enable new experiences for employees that may not be accessible in a homogeneous environment.
A large front desk welcomes guests upon entry and assists with concierge services during events. Sophisticated industrial aesthetics with playful pops of color are everywhere. Yellow and blue armchairs are secured with black backs, bookshelves are stacked with artistic touches, and plants and greenery are layered within the space to create a cozy atmosphere. community of residents. The lighting mimics the irregular shape of the floorboards, reflecting the angles of the building and creating subtle artistic features that guide visitors across the floor.
The Forum features meeting spaces of various sizes, including meeting rooms, huddle rooms, and open lounge areas, to support productivity and increase employee autonomy in how they work. A large pantry with coffee bar and ping pong table provide a place for employees to relax and socialize.
Fully furnished, pre-built suites maximize design and workflow efficiency within a compact footprint, offering both private offices and open workstations for tenants to easily move and connect. ”
- position: New York City, New York
- Completion date: 2023
- design: specter group