Rising media company, Bustle, has opened their newest space in Midtown Manhattan. The project was a full floor renovation with a focus on open layouts and exposed ceilings. Occupants enjoy custom millwork, high end finishes and customized grooved oval ductwork, turning a typical “function-only” component into a form element.
- Attempting to re-use as much existing sprinkler piping as possible.
- Minimize ductwork and duct heights.
- Returning air from rooms will all glass walls and no ceiling plenums.
- Existing sprinkler piping was surveyed meticulously to maintain most of the existing main lines without conflict with new ductwork.
- Main ducts were run in core area and then divided to pass into main where heights were minimized and did not interfere with elements below the plane of the lighting.
- Enclosed conference rooms with glass walls were provided with transfer ducts within wall cavities to avoid having to cut transfer grilles into glass walls.
158 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
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