Google's NYC Office by Interior Architects Has Eye-Catching Features at Every Turn

In view of the High Line park and the Hudson River, an easy arm’s length from the foodie mecca of Chelsea Market, and a stone’s throw from the meatpacking district’s mayhem, Google has a new home. With space split between two Chelsea landmarks, National Biscuit Company buildings from 1898 and 1913, and revamped by Interior Architects, the search engine’s sales team enjoys impressive digs that are nevertheless decidedly understated. The goal here was to play against type by celebrating the low-tech and the local. > Project Resources Google’s presence here started with a single office above Chelsea Market. Scoot across ...

Mexican Artisans Reinterpret Iconic Roche Bobois Chairs

Lucas Castro Jimenez, a Jalisco artisan, works on a Roche Bobois Ava armchair for the brand's L'Artesanía de Vivir project. Photography by Zony ...