West Elm was born under the under the Manhattan Bridge Underpass better known as DUMBO in 2002 and has called the quiet neighboorhood home since then. The modern home furnishings retailer took over what was once a coffee production factory and added its signature touches that have transformed the space into a homey, intimate environment.
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From grandiose views of the Brooklyn Bridge to hand-woven Yurts shipped directly from artists in the Philippines, the West Elm office has it all. The art and interior design are both carefully curated and each selected piece ties into the companies core values: choice, community and consciousness.
Check out this week's Wild Workspaces episode above to see the beautifully-designed office space.