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A large white room with a large circular mirror.
Engineering drawing.
A white surface with black text.
A person's feet with a picture of a person on it.
A person walking through a doorway.
A hallway with a ceiling fan and a door with a light on the ceiling.
A man walking in front of a wall of pictures.
A person sitting on a bench in a room with a person standing.
A hallway with a few lights.
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Condé Nast: Brand Design

New York, New York

In conjunction with a 25-floor headquarters design, Gensler developed a comprehensive branding and environmental graphics program that unifies the media company yet allows each of its many brands to retain their own distinct identities. The new “collective” brand celebrates Condé Nast’s evergreen content, as well as the constantly changing face of each brand’s culture and offer. Public spaces and elevator lobbies now reflect the new collective identity through archival images, corporate messages and standardized furniture. On each floor, one main corridor features Condé Nast’s collective digital content, while others exhibit the individual brands housed there.

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