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A LOOK INSIDE OLSON KUNDIG'S MANHATTAN STUDIO


Interior or architect studio loft with wood model on center table
PHOTOGRAPH BY ANGELA HAU


After 56 years of operation out of its Seattle office, the acclaimed international architecture firm Olson Kundig opened its second office in Midtown Manhattan. The office occupies the 10th floor of a 1923 midrise tower. Central to the space is an area known as the Living Room, where a 144-square-foot table, designed by Tom Kundig and fabricated by Canadian company Spearhead, holds court. Built from raw timber offcuts and mounted on wheels, the table includes an integrated turntable and record collection curated by Seattle’s Sub Pop Records. “Opening a New York office space allows us to share a bit of the Pacific Rim and our ‘unstable edge’ mentality with the East Coast, forging new relationships and opportunities for collaboration,” says Alan Maskin, co-principal and co-owner of Olson Kundig and design lead for the new office (along with Olson Kundig CEO Hemanshu Parwani).



interior workspaces in open setting in architecture studio
PHOTOGRAPH BY ANGELA HAU

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