Office DesignNew Headquarters for a Health & Wellness Engagement Agency Located in Manhattan

New Headquarters for a Health & Wellness Engagement Agency Located in Manhattan

New Headquarters

Architects: Foz Design
Project: The Bloc New Headquarters
Location: New York, NY, United States
Square Footage: 55,268
Photography: Garrett Rowland

The Bloc is an internationally acclaimed health & wellness creative engagement agency. Its new headquarters, located in Manhattan’s Financial District on the edge of the East River, brings together over 200 employees previously split between two locations. The space’s open concept has a casual, creative feel that reflects the agency’s own brand. With a variety of meeting spaces and work areas, as well as standout views for all to enjoy, the design fosters efficiency and inspiration.

New Headquarters for a Health & Wellness Engagement Agency Located in Manhattan

Among the priorities of the design: inspiring creativity, promoting collaboration between the accounts-oriented and creative teams with ample room for a variety of meeting spaces, and leaving the views of the river and beyond unobstructed for all to experience.

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These goals were achieved by creating three distinct sections within the open office areas, which were further distinguished by being set at various elevations: raised platforms with offices and conference rooms, workstation areas, and perimeter meeting spaces furnished with a custom bench system designed by Foz Design.

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This project was developed and completed in collaboration with The Mufson Partnership, a NELSON Company, who served as the Architect of Record.

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