Office Space - A look at Iconic NYC offices from Movies & TV
The onset of fall is the perfect time to celebrate iconic movie and TV offices that continue to inspire designers and clients alike. We've collected products reminiscent of three New York City favorites...
The Devil Wears Prada
Miranda Priestly might be less than lovable, but her fashion mag editor's office tops a lot of lists as the ultimate Lady Boss power space. Can we all say cerulean?
Assistants scurry but surely they appreciate the chic seating…even if they’re never allowed to sit in it.
Sterling Cooper's Madison Avenue executive offices saw a lot of action. When the ad men weren't boozing it up or groping secretaries on their sofas, they were yammering on the phone and landing big accounts. Pretty sweet sitch if you were a straight-shooter from the right side of the tracks (or could pretend to be). In any case, our manly mid-centch-mod product pics stand up beautifully to all of the office shenanigans and then some. (Pocket squares and unfiltered cigarettes optional)…
Wolf of Wall Street
Big. Brash, and Bold: When the executive suite needs to make a statement, you can’t go wrong with mahogany wood and channeled leather. Because it’s not the size of your giant Compaq computer terminal that matters; it’s what you do with it…
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