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NET-A-PORTER – New York City Office

Net-A-Porter

NET-A-PORTER – which includes NET-A-PORTERTHE OUTNET and MR PORTER– recently found a new home as it set up shop in a beautifully designed Fifth Avenue space in Manahattan. The company’s Studio Fibre-designed residence is inspired by a Parisian apartment and samples the ornate ceiling details of its former London location at Whiteleys Shopping Centre, while incorporating a contemporary look of glass walls, glossy detailing and white bespoke furnishings.

Comprised of a spacious reception area alongside enclosed meeting rooms and open-air workspaces, the New York City digs will serve as the new headquarters for the expanding retailer in the United States.

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[…] big enough, its size can be doubled under current zoning, and unlike those precious buildings on Fifth Avenue, it is situated beyond the purview of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. An […]