Harry’s Headquarters in New York City

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Harry’s is a stylish shave brand based out of the Big Apple, and they also happen to be one of our favorite companies. The brand we know and love recently revamped their New York City headquarters, and the end result is simply stunning.

To take on the project, the brand commissioned the fine folks at Herman Miller, who deployed their Living Office concept in Harry’s existing space – keeping things modern, minimalistic, and simple while maintaining an open collaborative work environment. Timeless pieces can be found all throughout from the Sayl ergonomic office chair to the beloved molded plastic chairs in an assortment of colors and fabrics. There’s also sit-to-stand work desks, encouraging team members to get up and move around throughout the day. And the herringbone floor with the brick walls are the perfect finishing touches.

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