Founded by German immigrant Ehrhardt Koch all the way back in 1920, New Era has become a household name over the past century thanks largely in part to being the official on-field cap worn by every Major League Baseball team.
The company’s headquarters boast just as much history as the brand itself. Stationed in the original founding city of Buffalo, New York, the construction site for the headquarters was actually the former home a Federal Reserve Bank. New Era has left much of the banks characteristics intact, really added to the culture of the office space. The two banks vaults have been utilized as a both a photo studio and product development space. The urban office space truly exemplifies the brand’s culture. [Photography via HypeBeast]