Project Name: Soho Office, New York, NY
Area: 1,750 SF
The client, an investment firm, desired to create a flexible, open loft-like office. The office includes an entry/waiting area, open work stations, storage area, and conference area.
The rectangular, open space is divided by a spine of floor-to-ceiling translucent glass panels. These panels are functional and travel along a linear path to create divisions of the space as needed. When all panels are on the east side of the track, they create an enclosed conference area. When all panels are on the west side of the track they create an enclosed office area for the principal of the firm. When staggered along the track, the panels can create a complete open space.
A wide-planked wood floor evokes the character of a SoHo loft, while finished wood panel walls evoke the polish of a Wall Street office. The use of these two materials merges the two worlds in this uniquely New York environment.
PJCArchitecture: Philip J. Consalvo
Contractor: Tarcon General Contracting Company
Photography/Rendering: Alejandro Gonzalez