Community Preservation Corporation

Community Preservation Corporation

Location

220 East 42nd Street New York, NY

Community Preservation Corporation

Having inherited their previous space that inhibited their work style and corporate identity, Spector Group was tasked to bring the tenured brand of Community Preservation Corporation to life in their new Midtown location.

Using a cache of data collected through comprehensive workplace strategy and integrated visioning sessions; Spector Group designed a Space that represents the core values and vision of CPC. Having a flexible & collaborative workplace that supports their team as a whole, CPC’s new workplace embodies the people & communities they serve.

Flexibility and collaboration were key components in the design strategy for CPC and resulted in the design of a more collaborative environment evolving from 60% private office space to 70% open floor plan. The design incorporated a variety of small breakout areas and conference rooms equipped with easy plug & play technology, promoting movement and collaboration while other areas offered individuals a chance to reprieve from the open work stations for focus activities.

Community Preservation Corporation

A centralized café connects the opposite sides of the workplace, promoting movement throughout the space and providing a local space for teams to gather in. Settled within the cafe is the main boardroom which is designed to cater to multi-functional activities. With the capacity to fully open to create one large collaborate space; the main boardroom supports flexibility, utilizes space creatively and enhances collaboration.

Community Preservation Corporation

Traveling from the center of the space, design elements of modest materials can be seen such as tin roofing, exposed brick, industrial blackened steel, concrete floors and reclaimed wood. The palette of the space expresses the use of building materials symbolic of that which would be found during the restoration of the neighborhood communities CPC touches.

Community Preservation Corporation
Community Preservation Corporation

Brand identity and history offered the final touch to CPC’s new office space. Each conference room was given a name representing a neighborhood or town that CPC has supported throughout its history, embodying the deeply rooted culture that drives the organizations values and mission. Additionally large scale numerals and distraction bands highlighted the years CPC worked revitalizing each community.

Community Preservation Corporation
Community Preservation Corporation