Lucky 13: Architecture + Information Designs New York's WNET Studio

A staircase of sealed cold-rolled steel incorporates camera-ready seating platforms for the quarterly pledge drives at WNET’s studio facility. Photography by Magda Biernat.

It occupies a two level corner of Lincoln Center’s Alice TullyHall, built by Pietro Belluschi and Eduardo Catalano and renovated by Diller Scofidio + Renfro. Photography by Magda Biernat.

The smaller of the two studios opens directly to the sidewalk. Photography by Magda Biernat.

In reception, other Lievore Altherr Molina chairs gather near a wall of tablet computers that tell the story of the network. Photography by Magda Biernat.

At headquarters, chairs by Lievore Altherr Molina furnish a break-out area. Photography by Magda Biernat.

To compensate for the absence of private offices, phone rooms allow staffers to make conference calls or take small meetings. Photography by Magda Biernat.

A stairwell’s glass-fronted vitrine holds awards. Photography by Magda Biernat.

Stacking chairs by Nicolai Czumaj-Bront, SimonDesanta, and Michael Welsh surround a table by Dan West in a meeting room. Photography by Magda Biernat.

Carpet tile is nylon. Photography by Magda Biernat.

Archival WNET posters line a hallway. Photography by Magda Biernat.

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