we’ve been getting lots of good press lately–in architectural record, in the financial times of london, in the huffington post– but last night our whole office was ooh-ing and ahh-ing with the arrival of metropolis magazine. a cool six-page photo-spread by jasper sanidad and andrew blum’s incisive commentary make this cover story perhaps the best summation of our work to date.
primo’s quote in the piece captures the theme: ”there’s a certain energy that a start-up has that’s like lightning in a bottle, but companies lose it over time as they get mired in their own systems.” blum’s article chronicles how our design process helps established companies get back to “their renegade roots” with offices that function both as work ”superchargers” and as “honey traps, designed to encourage employees to never go home.”
kudos to andrew blum, jasper sanidad and metropolis for a great profile.
photograph by jasper sanidad