She'll Take Manhattan: Lauren Rottet Designs an Investment Firm's NYC Headquarters

At the Midtown headquarters of an asset-management company, Rottet Studio connected the top two levels with a staircase.

Reinhard Görner’s photograph of a corridor hangs, appropriately, at the endofa corridor.

Chairs by Rodolfo Dordoni and a table by Christian Biecher join a Robert Longo photograph in one of the four reception areas.

Chairs by Monica Förster surround a table by Dordoni in a meeting room with a photograph by Miles Coolidge.

Handrails are bolted to balustrades of low-iron glass.

Paneling in a corridor is rift-cut oak.

Chairs by Charles and Ray Eames line a conference room’s custom table, its top veneered in oak and burl and inset with leather.

Steps are limestone.

Laser cut vinyl film on a partition identifies a conference room.

All reception desks are topped in marble and limestone.

Brushed stainless steel frames onyx panels backlit by fluorescent fixtures.

A flight of stairs descends to a limestone plinth.

Another reception area features Fabien Baron seating and an Antonello Mosca table as well as a photograph by Camille Seaman.

Massimo Scolari's armchairs, a custom mohair-upholstered sofa, and a Biecher table rest on a custom silk and wool rug in a lounge.