What was once an old movie theater along historic Magazine Street in New Orleans is now home to the public relations firm Bond Moroch. Located at 3308 Magazine Street, the firm sits directly above American Apparel and a busy shopping and dining area.
Architects from Studio WTA laid out the space prior to interior designer Alexandra Pappas putting her spin on the office, which kept original features such as the tin ceiling and some of the wallpaper. The Bond Moroch offices has salvaged wood floors, a stainless steel kitchen wall, and even a lounge with an old arcade machine passed down from The Saint, an infamous local bar.
Employees and partners at the firm work in a mix of offices and pods, designed to welcome natural light into the space. The office has a mix of old and new furniture and art, including lighting and furniture from West Elm, a vintage rug from Bond Moroch’s old office down the street, and two uniquely designed spaces– full of Jazz Fest posters and the other full of Blue Dog paintings and prints by George Rodrigue. There is also plenty of other art around the office.
See for yourself below: