Earlier this year, there was much to-do about Condé Nast’s move from its former midtown headquarters at 4 Times Square into its new, more remote location at One World Trade Center downtown (with some gossip publications citing staffers concerns and complaints about the new space). But, as far as we can tell, the publisher’s new home is every bit as beautiful and glamorous as the old building.
ILevel has been working with Condé Nast on one especially exciting facet of the space, its on-site gallery. The gallery features some of the most iconic imagery from the brand’s magazine portfolio — including photos from Vogue, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Condé Nast Traveler, and more. The imagery lines the walls of a space on the building’s 34th floor.
Though the Condé Nast gallery is not open to the public, it will offer special programming from time-to-time that will allow outsiders a chance to take a peek at the space. Earlier this summer, for example, Condé Nast’s Senior Director of Archives & Records, Shawn Waldron, curated an exhibit of the photography of Elinor Carucci entitled “The Effect of Motherhood.” In conjunction with the show, the gallery offered specially arranged tour, programming, and a book signing that was opened to the public.
If you’re curious about how the space look now, here are a few snapshots from recent installations:
For more on ILevel’s corporate art installation capabilities, check out:
Hanging Art at the Tory Burch Manhattan Headquarters
Our Corporate Gallery