MDA and Studio aCd Complete 6,500 SF Expansion for Lavazza

Sep 9, 2019 | News

Manhattan, NY Montroy DeMarco Architecture (MDA) and Turin, Italy-based Isidoro Mastronardi of StudioaCd Architetti have completed the expansion of the U.S. headquarters office and showroom of the leading global coffee supplier and equipment manufacturer Lavazza, also based in Turin.

Located at 120 Wall Street in the Wall St. Financial District, the newly added 6,500 SF coffee equipment showroom and administrative office section occupies the entire 32nd floor of the building owned by Silverstein Properties.  MDA also designed Lavazza’s original showroom and U.S. headquarters office, located on the 27th floor in the same building.  Following the expansion, Lavazza now occupies 18,200 SF within the East River waterfront office tower.  MDA collaborated with the Italian design team to introduce Lavazza’s global design standards into an American office environment.

Lavazza property and facility manager, Antonio Curlane, “The new office provides a comfortable workplace for our employees and an attractive second showroom within our U.S. headquarters.  The design team did a tremendous job representing Lavazza’s global branding within the new space.”

In addition to MDA and Isidoro Mastronardi’s Studio aCd Architetti, the project team included general contractor JRM Construction Management; mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) engineer MG Engineering; and furnishing and glass partition supplier Officenter (Gallarate, Italy).

Source: New York Real Estate Journal / Photos: Ola Wilk/Wilk Marketing Communications

 

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