Located among the rising Hudson Yard Neighborhood on Manhattan's far west side is the 1936 white terracotta Hill Publishing Building. Taking advantage of 475 Tenth's expansive floor plates and open-plan, Champalimaud emphasized the quality of the soft northern daylight in its own new offices. A communal worktable runs the length of the studio, reinforcing the firm's collaborative approach to design. A selection of clean-lined furniture provides very functional workspaces for many types of activities. Carefully curated objects including Chamaplimaud's Stingray Carpet for the Rug Company, original tables and chairs by Mies van der Rohe and conference tabletops made from repurposed antique leather gym mats add personality and warmth to this modern office environment.