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Looking for more seating? We share additional picks in our online extension of "Market" (page 125). Draped in viscose carpet, GT Design's multifunctional aluminum-framed Isole by Deanna Camellini can be used as a table, bench, daybed, or sofa.
People expect workplace environments to look professional, so shouldn't a job center? Gensler addressed that issue at New York University's Wasserman Center for Career Development. The 20,000-square-foot Union Square facility comprises seminar rooms, a lounge, offices, and open workstations. We take you through the project on the Web.
A hedge fund in SoHo proves that not all financial transactions have to take place in buttoned-down settings. Thanks to Icrave Design, deals go down amid 10,000 square feet of steel, glass, concrete, marble, and walnut. Read all about it.
Spotlight: Zakrzewski + Hyde Architects
This firm designed the upscale 304 Spring Street, an 11-story SoHo condominium set to open in September. Partner Marianne Hyde talks to us about this project, past and future endeavors, and the ins and outs of designing and building in the Big Apple.
Restaurants abound in the Flatiron District. To make a newcomer, Parea, stand out, A+I Design installed MDF topographical wall panels, wrought-iron foliage screens, and terra-cotta columns. The restaurant's name means guests in Greek, the nationality of the cuisine.