Condé Nast’s One World Trade Center HQ by Gensler New York

At Condé Nast New York headquarters inside One World Trade Center, an east-west corridor doubles as a gallery. The oversize pendant fixtures hide service utilities. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

Custom signage in mirrored stainless steel announces the marble-clad employee entrance, which was designed by the building’s architect, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

A show of art by Condé Nast employees hangs on pivoting walls in a gallery. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

The company logo is visible from the building’s public spaces, including the World Trade Center Transportation Hub by Santiago Calatrava. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

Vinyl reproductions of magazine layouts personalize the workplace. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

In the guest reception area, Christian Liaigre seating surrounds a custom coffee table. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

A cable-suspended steel staircase connects the guest entrance and library to the employee cafeteria and coffee bar one flight up. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

Recessed LED strips illuminate the vinyl images concealing fashion closets, conference rooms, and other support areas. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

A leather-upholstered bench mirrors the curve of the stair and its white-oak banister. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

A pantry’s cabinetry and oak tables are custom. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

Leather-covered stools and tables topped with Calacatta marble furnish the cafeteria. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

Oversize sliding glass doors front private offices, and nylon carpet tile flows throughout. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

Custom leather-covered sofas join Florence Knoll tables in a meeting area. Photography by Garrett Rowland.

A conference room boasts a triangular-coffered ceiling and a custom quartzite-topped table. Photography by Garrett Rowland.