One of New York City's most recognizable architectural landmarks, 550 Madison is a postmodern gem designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee in 1984. As part of a holistic renovation of the office building by Snøhetta, Rockwell Group designed the premium amenity levels, redefining what an office tower can be. Our timeless design is referential and respectful of the building’s history, while also forward-looking in its seamless blend of technology and offerings.
Framed by 550’s original rose-window oculus, the Grand Hall features a custom large-scale chandelier inspired by a mobile. A communal, interlocking wood table is the focal point, creating a space for collaboration during the day and gathering at night.
A meeting room includes Marmorino plaster walls, Rockwell Group’s Sage collection tables and credenzas for Benchmark, and deep teal velvet conference and dining chairs.
The Library provides a departure from the traditional workspace, introducing scalloped wood walls with carved metal niches for display, relaxed seating options, and a curated collection of books by Assouline.