Wieden+Kennedy NY

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.

Courtesy of WORKac – Photography: Bruce Damonte

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.

Courtesy of WORKac – Photography: Bruce Damonte

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.

Courtesy of WORKac – Photography: Raymond Adams

Project Info
Architects: WORKac
Location: New York, United States
Architects in Charge: Amale Andraos, Dan Wood, Sam Dufaux
Area: 50000.0 ft2
Year: 2014
Type: Office Building, Interior
Photography: Bruce Damonte, Raymond Adams, Courtesy of WORKac

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