The Manhattan division of CNET’s offices is an extension of this Bay Area Internet company into Times Square. Primarily housing the east coast sales force, it also provides a base for visiting executives. The 6,500 square-foot plan unrolls a custom wood and glass frame across the entire space to separate the perimeter offices from the interior spaces. The diffusing glass allows natural light to flow through the project and connects the interior with the energy of the Times Square. The main conference room cuts through to the perimeter windows, with rolling glass and steel panels opening up to the lounge and allowing adjustable access to the exterior.
Photography / Paul Warchol