New York City office buildings embrace unorthodox designs

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While it may lag behind cities like Seattle and San Francisco as far as corporate collar-loosening goes, New York City is beginning to see more office buildings that embrace creative interior layouts. Adam Mundy, global director of design for M. Moser, an interior architecture firm, said that more offices are following the trend in hopes that it will inspire hard work and creativity. “People are so much more aware of their spaces now, of the lighting and the materials and what being comfortable in your space can do for the work flow,” Mundy said. New York offices are pursuing this concept in both subtle and outlandish ways, according to the New York Post. Google’s office in Chelsea is a veritable playground, with slides and open spaces, while Bloomberg L.P. has incorporated glass walls that it feels enhance openness in the office.

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