New York Times: A New Home for a Publisher and Its Priests

Jul 17, 2018

Marvel clustered compact private offices in the center of the floor; glass fronts open them to the expanse of workstations in the newsroom and to the natural light from the windows on the perimeter of the floor.

The architects took inspiration from the austere rooms in Rome where Saint Ignatius of Loyola, the 16th-century priest and theologian who founded the Society of Jesus, as the Jesuit order is formally known, lived the last years of his life.

But they went in a more industrial direction, leaving concrete columns exposed and simply polishing the concrete floors.

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