Wolf-Gordon Showroom by Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis

Wolf-Gordon is a textiles and coatings concern who in celebration of their 50th anniversary have relocated to a smaller office; for this assignment their CCO Marybeth Shaw enlisted our good friends at Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis Architects to transform the 8,K SqFt space into a contemporary interactive workplace and vehicle for showcasing Wolf-Gordon’s products. The design is based around an 80-foot-long armature of blackened steel that dividing open workstations from the rest of the office; over 40 movable steel-frame panels are suspended from it, each displaying a Wolf-Gordon material. The panels can also be rearranged into various combinations to allow for varying degrees of enclosure and communication between working and gathering areas, for informal collaborations, public events, training sessions, talks, &c.

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