A 9-foot-tall adhesive vinyl image of the founder of the company that became Flavor Paper dominates the printing studio at the Skylab Architecture-designed headquarters in Brooklyn, New York. Photo by Eric Laignel.
In the showroom, a Tom Dixon pendant fixture hangs over a Warren Platner table and Philippe Starck chairs. The terrazzo floor's zinc inlay refers to a wall-paper pattern, Bubbly. Photo by Eric Laignel.
Fluorescent tubes backlight the laminated-glass wall in the wash area, where ink is rinsed off screens after printing. To prevent staff from slipping, the epoxy flooring has a grit top coat. Photo by Eric Laignel.
Custom spinning racks in the showroom are polished aluminum. Frames in the center rack are the widest, measuring a combined 13 feet across, or six repeats. When all three racks align, they display 14 repeats. Photo by Eric Laignel.