For, CFG NY: Drummer-turned-business manager Butch is an entrepreneur who needed an office with flexible space for a growing business, lots of light, and a hip-factor fit for both his artistic clients and the finance guys alike. He's at the top of his field and didn't need to prove any street cred, but really cared about making his employees feeling supported, something that would both comfort and impress. B hates clutter and major keys, loves wine and numbers, and is that enviable mix of smart and cool.
By, B: Clean and industrial with carefully-chosen musica and moolah-themed antiques, the office is a balance of the need for a serious work environment nice enough for high-profile clients to still acknowledge it's level of cool. Butch loved the glossy jet-black Saarinen conference table highlighting the window frames and the sectioned executive office. With handmade artistic touches like a chalkboard-paint logo for clients to autograph with industrial metal letters found at Brooklyn Flea, as well as a rotating display for records and his drum set, it's an office to be proud of hip enough to get in a jam session post afternoon meeting.