New York Tech Office

Tri-Lox produced a variety of distinctive floors and custom millwork elements for the 40,000 sf New York headquarters of a major tech company. Over 150 work surfaces, custom shelving, ceiling slat systems, and a staircase were developed from our range of sustainable wood products.

Project Development

Team Players

Working collaboratively with the design team, SITU Studio, we sampled an array of our pre-finished flooring, cladding, and millwork products. This allowed us to identify which materials spoke to one another, and to the interior as a whole.

We then transformed the selected materials into components for the project’s diverse applications and systems. These customized elements work together and with the environment to tell a bigger story through design.

Design + Fabrication

Green Standard

Using our locally sourced materials and low-VOC finishes, we exceeded the project’s high sustainability standards without compromising on aesthetics or functionality.

Our holistic approach to manufacturing products from start to finish ensures consistent quality and allows the project design team to work with flexibility and confidence.

Tri-Lox Products

Versatile and Complementary

Factory Floor — Natural
Historic maple flooring recovered from American textile mills brings durability and charisma to this contemporary workplace.

American Chestnut — Natural
The majestic appearance and august history of old-growth Chestnut makes this American hardwood perfectly at home in the refined Library setting.

Heart Pine–Neutral
Old-growth Heart Pine yields striking, wide plank floors and custom stair tread elements. Our Neutral finish shows off the beauty of its prized linear grain.

Heritage Oak Element — Natural
The warmth of our Oak with a Natural finish creates inviting surfaces for collaboration.

Final Project

Design that Works

By using sustainable wood products throughout their office, this innovative company puts their forward-thinking values on view and raises the standard for smart workplace design.

Hackable, modular workstations respond to a highly collaborative workplace culture and allow for versatile configuration within the open-office setting.

The organic beauty and history of antique wood contributes to an inspiring office environment. Our flooring, architectural elements, and surfaces made from reclaimed timbers offer the proven durability and performance of solid, old-growth wood.


Location

New York, NY

Completed

Fall 2016

Client

Private

Commissioned By

Situ Studio

Photography

John Muggenborg & Arion Doerr

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