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The vibrant and collaborative office, with a variety of meeting spaces, encourages flexible working for this medical communications agency.

Location New York, NY
Size 37,500 SF
Year 2014

TPG worked with BGB Group, one of the leading pharmaceutical and medical communications agencies, on a multi-phase relocation project, helping to meet their need for a larger updated space. The goal was to create a space that would encourage collaboration and was flexible to accommodate several meetings at one time.

The resulting office provides a wide variety of work environments. Spread across the two floors in a historic Soho building, the space features 2 kitchens, 3 phone rooms, the “New York” flex conference room that can accommodate up to 22 people, 3 medium sized conference rooms that double as a billiards rooms, and 7 small conference rooms that accommodate 4-6 people. Each room is named after—and designed with—a local street in mind: Prince, Greene, Grand, Spring, Broome, Orchard, and Bond. Both floors are outfitted with private lounge areas and informal breakout stations for interns, per diem employees, or anyone looking for a quiet place to work.

As a creative agency, BGB showcases its in-house design capabilities as well; bright graphics along the upper interior walls complement TPG’s interiors. Super-blown-up images of biological imagery like cells and tissue are abstracted and interspersed with photos of New York, all intensely colored, at the ceiling line.

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