Meadows Office Interiors Office and Showroom – New York City

Following a recent rebrand and move to Manhattan’s Lipstick Building, Meadows Office Interiors has designed a new working showroom on the iconic building’s 29th floor.

Meadows’ stunning showroom displays the company’s floor to ceiling capabilities in an authentic working environment. Meadows’ main objective with the new showroom is to bring the focus in house, offering clients a one-stop-shop for all interior needs. The showroom features a full suite of furniture and services from height adjustable desk systems by Haworth to digital collaboration tools configured in-house. The space is designed to display solutions for both small and large environments, while also demonstrating the importance of flexibility. Moveable wall systems transform conference rooms into event spaces showcasing Meadows’ understanding of the changing demands in workplace design.

The showroom also features industry-leading technology including Smart Glass, InFocus MondoPads, and sound masking for seamless collaboration in open office environments. Meadows has invested a tremendous amount of time and financial resources into cloud-based technology and developing a series of apps such as a proprietary wayfinding app called Meadows WorkspaceTM, which provides a virtual showroom tour, gives detailed information about products and manufacturers, and demonstrates potential furniture variations.

Other distinctive features of the showroom include a living wall by Blondie’s Treehouse, ScentAir, a TopBrewer Scanomat coffee appliance, custom beverage and snack centers, and a rotation of art pieces by featured female artists. The showroom reveal marks the pinnacle, but not conclusion, of Meadows Office Interiors’ evolution. Meadows’ longstanding history of excellence in client service combined with a modern brand identity and new innovative showroom is sure to affirm Meadows Office Interiors as a leader in the contract furniture industry.

DesignMeadows Office Interiors
ArchitectDaroff Design
Photography: David Paler Photography