This 11,000 SF 1950’s bank building in Lynbrook, New York was gut renovated to be used by a Swiss freight logistics company as their Long Island hub, merging three formerly separate companies into a new collective. The full floor layout provides four private offices, a conference room and a large open office. The renovation includes all new windows, a new HVAC system and a new steel and travertine staircase, which re-connects to a mezzanine level that previously only had a connection to the ground floor, now accommodating a break room and kitchenette. The high vaulted ceilings of the original building were restored, and the existing structure is left exposed at specific moments. Finishes are kept light to maximize light in all spaces of this deep floor plate, whilst playing with gradients from warm to grey in both the palette of the flooring and acoustic ceiling treatment.
Construction was completed in Summer 2018.
Finished Photos by Peter Dressel
MEP Engineer: ABS Engineering
Structural Engineer: ADOF Engineers
General Contractor: Aerial Design and Build