Trammo is an international commodities merchandising and trading company that has been in business since 1965. After the review of several potential spaces and MADGI’s test fits, Trammo settled on One Rockefeller, 9th floor. With its proximity to transportation and proven functionality developed in test fits, the location was a perfect fit. With exposed ceilings and beams, acoustical treatments for noise reduction and ceiling clouds which highlight the architectural lighting elements, this space now emulates the desired “loft-like” atmosphere. The lobby, featuring textured walls, custom logo hardware, and several model ship cases, all combining the medium, identity and brand in which Trammo strives to convey. The design incorporates the dramatic views from Rockefeller Center. The public areas feature the best views so all employees can enjoy them, rather than relegating them to the executives' private offices. For example, the pantry windows look directly at the skating rink and the site of the annual Christmas tree lighting at the heart of Rockefeller Center, offering one of the most desired views in Manhattan to all personnel. Trammo wanted a more egalitarian space that focused on the comfort and well-being of employees. Overall, there is a cohesive design throughout the space that highlights the company's business, energetic culture and focus on shipping and raw materials trading.