Nicholas Tamarin | March 01, 2012
White dominates the palette, punched up with the two brands' colors, orange or blue. Laminated-glass partitions integrate logos and slogans or, left unadorned, front the private offices that ring workstations at the center of the floor plate, 20,000 square feet in a prewar building. Spector achieved further openness by exposing the ceiling, then enclosed all wiring in decorative beams and columns. Cutting-edge seating and slick porcelain floor tiles finish the look. "The space practically oozes Mitch. It's an environment that really makes his employees want to come in to work," Spector says. And they do-in droves. Since the move, the staff at headquarters has grown from 70 to 120.