Making Big Changes with Small Office Renovations
Making Big Changes with Small Office Renovations Renovating an entire office can be a significant investment, and the budget and time to undertake such a
Prager & Company, a leading independent investment bank, was founded in 1987 with offices in San Francisco and New York. When the time came to move and upgrade their New York City office, they needed more than a typical furniture supplier. Jefferson’s team approach to design, project, and account management delivered the engagement and service they needed and the look they desired.
A wood slat screen divider defines the front meeting area. The seating area incorporates four lounge chairs with side and coffee tables from Bernhardt. The beverage counter from OFS has a solid surface counter and an under-counter fridge.
The front board room features a back-painted, knife-edge glass conference table supported on veneer bases. Under polished door panels, there are two power modules. The chairs are mid-back, fully upholstered with polished star bases and cantilever arms.
The center point of Prager’s executive leadership offices is the Krug Vestrada L-shaped desk with a full-front veneer base and knife-edge surface. The unit’s case goods include a wardrobe tower, open shelves, tack-board, and storage. Complimenting the desk is a round meeting table with a glass top and a lateral file cabinet. Wood-framed guest chairs with upholstered seats and backs complete the high-end look. All executive leadership offices continue the look and style with slight personal customizations.
Along the perimeter of the office are a series of offices with an L-shaped desk with a laminate work surface, 1/2 modesty panel, and straight metal legs. The desk systems include a wardrobe, open shelf, storage, and tack-board. A wood-surfaced two-drawer lateral file cabinet complements the desk for a polished look. The guest chairs with wood-frame, upholstered seats, and backs connect the style and theme throughout the offices.
Floor-to-ceiling glass walls allow outside light to penetrate inside the office, illuminating the central area to provide an airy and bright environment. The Inscape workstations are U-shaped configurations with 64″ high panels and 13.5″ high glass tops. The warmth of the laminate panels, combined with the tack-able fabric panels, ensures continuity of design throughout the office. In addition, the desk has a Nuform tapered edge work surface for comfort and ergonomics, a mobile pedestal for storage, and a wardrobe tower to stow personal travel items.
The client meeting room has a 54″ round conference table with a back-painted glass top and tapered base with the mid-back conference chairs to match the front board room. A dark walnut console table with two drawers provides a serving area and storage for the monitor controls.
The pantry area utilizes Bernhardt Mezzo bar stools with chrome bases and oak seats. The cabinet mill work, counters, and island have high polished surfaces and chrome handles.