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Ted Moudis Associates: 10 Best Interior Design Projects

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Ted Moudis Associates‘s design philosophy is firmly based on realizing our end-users needs. The planning and design of their clients’ new workplace will directly affect the performance of their people and their business. Their design process evolves organically from research and visioning sessions and their primary goal is to create a space that will result in their clients and their employees being happier, healthier, and more productive.

 

 

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CONTINENTAL GRAIN

For the 200-year-old, family-owned continental grain company, TMA created a design aesthetic that took visual cues from the international style of classic modern design.

 

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MIZUHO

The design concept focuses in major part on bringing the Japanese and American cultures together and establishing a sense of connectivity between a wide range of program elements.

 

PG MEDIABRANDS

“With limited ability to make structural changes to this media workspace, TMA focused on including as many creative flourishes as possible.”

– jeff knoll, design director

 

CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL CLIENT

“The client’s design vision of a bright and airy workspace was realized through a minimal palette of light, cool, and muted colors that serve as a backdrop to beautifully curated artwork placed throughout the workspace.”

– Jennifer colon, design director

 

FOOT LOCKER

“Foot locker relocated to a new building to create a new, dynamic work culture for its staff. They were looking for a bright, open space that would be comfortable for both corporate and retail departments, and would promote staff collaboration.”

– Richard bliss, design director

 

ALPHASIGHTS

“Alphasights strives to make connections between business leaders and industry experts, so our design focused on fluid curvilinear lines that evoked those connections.”

– jeff knoll, design director

 

 

FOCUS FINANCIAL PARTNERS

“Inspired by the client’s logo, brand and the angular shape of the building, tma developed a ‘faceted’ design concept that integrated a free-flowing series of spaces.”

– ray sell, team leader

 

FISERV JERSEY CITY

“Our design forged a strong connection between the urban location and the interior design for this workspace, where several exterior elements, such as the Manhattan skyline and bicyclists on the boardwalk by the Hudson River, were incorporated in the architectural elements and sculptural lighting.”

– rachel robinson, design director

 

 

CIT

Throughout all the floors, a combination of living green walls and large moss planes are incorporated to help bring links to nature and to add a sense of tranquility to space.

CONFIDENTIAL CLIENT EXPERIENCE HUB

This client has offices globally and prefers each office to reflect the architectural character of its region. Their NYC client experience hub is imbued with a residential nature that also has a new york city flair.

 

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