Tracery comes to NYC

Hey everyone, Doug here…blogging to you from high above the Meatpacking District at the Standard Hotel in New York.  I’m sitting here looking out the window at the Empire State Building reflecting on what a great visit we’ve had (I’m eating some late night Oreos from the minibar too!).  We are so excited to be working with an incredible client on a super chic office space on Fifth Avenue, in the heart of New York’s Midtown.  We can’t wait to show you the finished product…coming later this spring; but for now here are a few pics of the space, newly framed up and ready for sheet rock.



The views out of this space are AMAZING…we’re collaborating with Louis Nequette of Dungan Nequette Architects to create a space that’s light and bright and full of glass that allows everyone in the space to capture and enjoy what’s beyond the windows of this breathtaking 17th floor space.  The next time we show you pictures, this space will look MUCH different…fumed oak floors, crisp white paint on the walls and exposed ceiling and butt-jointed glass panels at the perimeter offices will all come together to create a space that’s slick and sharp and perfectly suited to the fast paced and innovative company that will call this place home.

New York always inspires us…there’s so much great design around every corner!  Tomorrow we’ll be sharing some images of things we saw during our trip that we found particularly inspiring so check back then for more.

5 thoughts on “Tracery comes to NYC

  1. How amazing and exciting!! NYC holds a special place in my heart since i called it home for over 5 years. The energy, buzz, and creativity that comes from that city is indescribable to anyone that has never been luck enough to go.
    Very excited to see this all come together!!


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