Hello, everyone! I have a guest post today on a stunning office space. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I did!
Fueled is the app design and development agency that calls this posh NYC office home. The Fueled Collective is a co-working space that houses over 30 startups in the famous Prince Building, nestled in the heart of Manhattan’s SoHo district. The interior decor has an old-world aesthetic mixed with a modern-minimalist style, that makes the space one of a kind.
Each of the nine conference rooms are designed with individualized English-Victorian motifs, and all feature flat-screen Apple TV’s. One room’s entrance is masked by a large wooden armour, that you actually have to walk through to access the meeting area. Antiques suitcases, vintage leather sofas, and dark wood accents – along with the custom industrial light fixtures, designed by Fueled founder and CEO, Rameet Chawla – make for a unique and eclectic setting.
With multiple lounge areas and a designated snack room with open crate wall shelving, the space is both comfortable and creative. The collective houses a ping-pong table is stocked with a year-round ice cream cart and an antique popcorn machine that fills the space with savory aromas every day at 4:00 PM.
Check out the photos of Fueled Collective below: