Time Warner Cable / Government Affairs
In 2007 Time Warner Cable broke away from Time Warner to become their own company. This change facilitated the need to establish a Government Affairs office for the newly formed Time Warner Cable corporation. The building is an interesting mix of a historic building facade blended with a new contemporary corporate office structure.
The concept for the interior design was based on the lines of a sweeping floor to ceiling curved glass wall as you enter the space. As the elevator doors open the ceiling is low and then gradually rises in layers to reach the height of the glass wall at the perimeter. The reception area is light yet sophisticated blending stone, stainless steel, warm wood and soft neutral fabrics. The ceiling design mimics the sweeping curve of the wall which flows from the reception area through to the large conference room. The combination of the reception area, large conference room and exterior terrace flow well together and are also used for entertaining.
The office space flows contiguously behind secure doors that allows ease of access for employees while guests generally remain in the public areas. The office space is made up of mostly private offices with window views and support suites along the corridor.