See and Be Seen: Horizon Media's Social Downtown Headquarters By A+I

Seating land­- scapes built from spalted maple, salvaged from forests in Vermont, appear in locations including reception. Photo by Magda Biernat.

In the reception area at Horizon Media, an advertising and market- ing agency in the Hudson Square neigh- borhood, Architecture + Information in- stalled a digital media wall that abstractly represents staff and client IT activity. Photo by Magda Biernat.

Ceramic floor tile starts in the entry from the building’s main elevator bank. Photo by Magda Biernat.

A sectional and table sit in a hallway that wraps a meeting room enclosed by low-iron glass. Photo by Magda Biernat.

Both flights of stairs are 6 feet wide, almost the widest that code allows without a central handrail. Photo by Magda Biernat.

Triple-laminated glass gives reception a view of a meeting area below. Photo by Magda Biernat.

Cactuses grow between the presentation room and the lounge outside. Photo by Magda Biernat.

Nylon carpet tile helps control acoustics in the office area, with its customized workstations. Photo by Magda Biernat.

The pantry-café is on the bottom level. Photo by Magda Biernat.

The largest break-out area, anchored by a seating landscape nicknamed the Dunes, can accommodate agency-wide meetings. Photo by Magda Biernat.

Wool covers the cushions of similar seating, built into a corner. Photo by Magda Biernat.

A balcony cantilevers off the presentation room, over the stair atrium. Photo by Magda Biernat.

The presentation room’s back-to-back video monitors descend on a steel scissor truss from a cove lit by fluorescent tubes concealed above a stretched ceiling system. Photo by Magda Biernat.

Armchairs by Hans Wegner gather at one end of the CEO’s private conference room. Photo by Magda Biernat.

Existing concrete flooring was polished. Photo by Magda Biernat.

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