We’ve featured the incredible work of interior and furniture designer Justin Huxol, of HUXHUX Design, before and now the New York City-based creative has teamed up with Homepolish to design the offices of Bluecore. The tech startup’s new digs are located in a three-story building on the Lower East Side of Manhattan that comes with its own storied history. The building was once used for storage of bootleg spirits back in the Prohibition days and the company wanted to find ways to reference its history in the new, super fun and colorful design.
The clients wanted a space that allowed employees multiple places to work collectively, have a private meeting, or work solo. To accommodate that, Huxol created plenty of spaces in varying sizes and privacy levels so the staff could mix it up whenever they like.
This meeting room was designed to reference a dark speakeasy and features HUXHUX Design’s new Faux Faux Bois wallpaper.
Another meeting room was designed to feel like a swimming pool as a way to pay homage to the historic Hamilton Fish public pool that’s right by Bluecore’s new offices. HUXHUX Design’s Pool Time wallpaper was used on the walls.
The Barrel Room is a triangular space that lets employees have one-on-one meetings.
This tiny green space gives staff a private retreat to make phone calls or take a break.
Photos by Udomfoto.