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Moët Hennessy USA

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After years spent in the Meat Packing District, Moët Hennessy made the move to Downtown Manhattan and turned to TPG to conceptualize a sophisticated office that celebrates its exceptional brands, community, and culture.

Location New York, NY
Size 81,900 SF
Year 2021

TPG has a long-standing relationship with this leader in luxury wines and spirits, beginning with the design of their stylish headquarters at 85 10th Avenue in 2006. Fast-forward thirteen years later, Moët Hennessy sought to create a new workplace that would bring together their world-class brands through creating a dynamic experience that embodies their collective culture, diversity, and accomplishments. After a long search, the client awarded TPG the opportunity to create an innovative environment grounded in hospitality on the 35th and 36th floors of 7 World Trade Center.

The design concept for their new workplace revolves around the idea of the terroir, echoing the company’s humble beginnings and tether to nature. Upon arrival, effervescent lights, reminiscent of champagne bubbles, float down from the ceiling and guide guests into the reception area. Across the way is an elegant circular bar and event space – a spectacular jewel of a first impression. Positioned behind the spiral staircase that connects both floors is an intimate tasting room for private clients that also functions as a small studio for photoshoots.

Throughout the project, Moët Hennessy emphasized that this office would be for everyone, and needed to inspire collaboration within and beyond teams. Storage-friendly open workstations are situated on the perimeter with executive offices along the interior, allowing all to share in the striking 360-degree views of Downtown Manhattan. Green walls within the café give a nod to the company’s wellness and sustainability mindset, found in both their products and employee values. As a special touch, each corner collaboration room is named and designed after a different shared value among all the brands. For example, “Epicureanism” is a sophisticated private dining room, while “Elegance” takes inspiration from an intimate cocktail lounge.

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