Located in what was formerly Jim Henson Studios, the project is a pure extension of that idealism which signified passion and creativity. A full city block the space is designed for business in the front and party in the back. Floor to ceiling glass and steel partitions that establish partner offices and conference room where the writing is literally on the walls, as the creative process takes shape during design sessions on the glass itself. Two mezzanines flank the center bays with black wrought iron railings and gold painted lion heads. The Tom Dixon fixtures throughout reference the railing finials, while the Halophane fixtures are a nod to the industrial feel of the original space. Beyond the work areas is the barn, which clad in ebony stained reclaimed barn wood, is a black box for design development. Beyond the barn is a full length bar with communal end, for end of day work sessions, as well as communal tables, and full kitchen with range and twin sub-zeros. With DJ equipment atop the mezzanine and portable stage, which can be erected above the pool table, the space can be utilized for social events both corporate and casual.
The space is also home to the Parts and Labor Design offices.