HarperCollins Publishers

With 200 years of history and more than 120 branded imprints and operations in 18 countries, when HarperCollins publishers relocated their Headquarters in NYC, they set a goal to open a new chapter for publishing workplace environments. Coming from 20 floors of small floor plate at 10 East 53rd St, and moving to 4.5 floors of much larger floor plate at 195 Broadway, a cultural and office renovation happened simultaneously. Celebrating their legacy and history, as well as geographical global presence, a monumental vision wall was custom designed as a backdrop for the 20’x30’ feature staircase. Modular conferencing center, interconnecting stairs, and open floor plans set a new benchmark for the publishing industry.

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A “grab and stay” pantry on the 23rd floor becomes a hub to gather for eating, meeting, and communicating. Various seating options are provided to accommodate different types of communal space.

"Every author that comes here and walks around, their jaws drop and they hope one day they could be on the Literary Wall of Fame that we have throughout the building here at HarperCollins." - Brian Murphy, President & CEO, HarperCollins

Interconnecting stairs join four contiguous floors and a large “Central Stair” make collaboration between departments easier than ever. The new office boasts a large conference center with removable walls connecting four individual rooms that allow for maximum flexibility and a gathering space for large corporate events.

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