Energy is the theme for our design of NFB’s corporate fitness facility. Entering through a metallic door, employees follow a life-size digital mural of runners to the central equipment room. Industrial lighting and laminates of royal blue and canary yellow keep the energy flowing.
For the headquarters café, our approach was to relax and engage employees with a dining area overlooking an exotic, plant filled rock garden. Colors from nature inform interior treatments and materials, while a warm glow emanates from the translucent basket-weave ceiling.
Located within the bank’s home office complex, JRS designed this client’s data center and computer facility to link two other corporate offices as well as to be fully integrated with existing disaster recovery sites.
Planned as a premier Long Island location, the branch’s themes of bounty and stability are richly expressed through its geometric structures as well as a visual feast of terrazzo, embossed ceilings, woven wood inlays, palm-leaf carpet and bronze accent pieces.
The NFB Building is designed to combine executive office, retail branch, company training, and food service functions within a relative economy of space. Workstations and files of natural wood accented with manicured trays of faux grass introduce a subtle sense of the outdoors to the corporate environment.
Designed to reflect our client’s culture of professionalism and success, these offices are home to North Fork’s Manhattan-based management team. Sleek and well tailored, the location also serves as a fitting venue for meetings with the bank’s blue chip investors and clientele.
By day, the four-story minimalist building done in stark white, stainless steel and glass draws admiration from the street. At night this branch transforms into a lively Times-Square-style billboard with its unlimited color pallet changing as new messages flash across a computer-controlled LED sign.