Client – Ironstate Development Company Decor – Noé Duchaufour Lawrance, studio NEONATA, Paris
Working from home is getting massive and apartment developers are re-tooling for the 21st century worker.
In Jersey City, Ironstate has developed a trio of waterfront apartment towers where the evolution of the home office is on full view, purposely incorporating co-working spaces that would become the centerpieces of the amenity package.
Designed by Noé Duchaufour Lawrance, the light-filled, high-ceiling co-working space at 90 Columbus offers a “superdesk” that runs the whole length of the room. He wanted the users to feel a connection to the natural environment so he furnished the desks with desk plants and opted for natural color tones, as for the Ciel! Woody chairs in walnut shell and felt upholstery.
Those looking for a break from work(@home) can also step outside to a two-story garden that overlooks the landscaped terrace of 90 Columbus.