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J.T. Magen builds CAA offices in Manhattan’s Chrysler Building

Talent agency’s workspace in iconic art deco building features black terrazzo floors and a starburst motif.

We worked hard to achieve a fresh and unique character for CAA without mimicry or superficial art deco detailing. Close attention was paid to what related to the past and what was clearly new, but still respectful of the landmark stature of the building.

– Gene Watanabe, principal, Gensler, in The Hollywood Reporter 

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Project Facts

CAA (Creative Artists Agency)
Address: 405 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY
Size: 75,000 sq. ft.
Architect: Gensler
MEPS engineer: Lilker Associates

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