Objective Subject Offices


We are THRILLED to see our French Press sitting real pretty in such a stunning space designed by GRT Architects. The Objective Subject Offices are located at the top of a 19th century building near the Flatiron Building in New York.

Check out more images of this intimate space where home meets the office below!


One enters through a working kitchen with generous counters at standing height, designed for editing large format printed materials but usable also for informal dining and events.  Visible through an old textured glass door is an entirely black-blue room with wall-to-wall carpet. Poured over with light from the room-sized skylight above, the space envelopes you with an absorbing depth, texture, and acoustic isolation. Despite appearances as the nap-room, it mainly functions as an internal and client meeting space. Adjacent is the office where the milk-grey seen on the painted floors extends up to the color of the custom workstation, pin-up board, and shelving which wraps three walls continuously allowing the firm to experiment with different modes of work and collaboration.

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As found, the space was divided into three rooms, each with a similarly dramatic north-facing ‘sawtooth’ skylight reaching sixteen feet at its peak.

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The result is a collection of distinct spaces that compliment but do not imitate each other.  

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