Have a look at the design of the new Squarespace office in New York

Design firm A+I have recently completed the new Squarespace head office in New York that features dramatic interiors and a rooftop patio.

Photography by Magda Biernat

 

Design firm A+I have recently completed the new Squarespace head office in New York that also has a rooftop deck.

Let’s have a look around…

 

Design firm A+I have recently completed the new Squarespace head office in New York that features dramatic interiors and a rooftop patio.

Photography by Magda Biernat

Inside, you walk into the lobby that’s home to a concrete reception desk and large double-height ceilings. There’s plenty of seating and the lobby can also double as an event space.


This office lobby is home to a concrete reception desk with plant feature, and large double-height ceilings. There's plenty of seating and the lobby can also double as an event space.

Photography by Magda Biernat

Just off the lobby and hidden within a blackened wood wall is a self-serve coffee area.


Hidden within a blackened wood wall in this New York office is a self-serve coffee area.

Photography by Magda Biernat

The head office replaces four other offices that were all spread. This new office has become home to 322 employees.


Blackened wood encases a dark walnut staircase in this office.

Photography by Magda Biernat

The second floor space has a common area for working on joint projects, and large windows that fill the various floors with light.

Polished concrete floors have been used throughout the office, and wide staircases help to keep the various levels of the office open and connected.


This office space has a common area for working on joint projects, and large windows that fill the various floors with lots of light. Polished concrete floors have been used throughout the office, and wide staircases help to keep the various levels of the office open and connected.

Photography by Magda Biernat

Here’s a look at some of the various work spaces, there’s curved tinted glass areas with custom curved seating, meeting rooms and plenty of desks.


In this New York office space there's curved tinted glass areas with custom curved seating, meeting rooms, plenty of desks, and other more casual work areas.

Photography by Magda Biernat

There’s also a cafeteria with curved concrete bars and a dramatic black ceiling.


This office cafeteria has curved concrete bars and a dramatic black ceiling.

Photography by Magda Biernat

Touches of nature, like trees, have been added to the space, which help to soften up the hardness of the concrete.


Touches of nature, like trees, have been added to this office space to soften up the hardness of the concrete.

Photography by Magda Biernat

Dark walnut wood treatments line the wall and provide a contrast to the blackened wood.


Dark walnut wood treatments line the wall and provide a contrast to the blackened wood on this staircase.

Photography by Magda Biernat

On the roof, there’s an amazing view of New York City, plenty of seats and a small grassy hill for a more relaxed break time.


On the roof of this office space there's an amazing view of New York City, plenty of seats and a small grassy hill for a more relaxed break time.

Photography by Magda Biernat

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