Take a Tour of Into the Gloss’ Enviably Minimalist Office

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Take a Tour of Into the Gloss’ Enviably Minimalist Office
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When the people and objects regularly coming into your office are the likes of actress Kristen Stewart, pop star Selena Gomez, and the new MAC Cosmetics collection before it hit stores, it makes sense that you want the office’s design to be clean and unobtrusive.

When Into The Gloss’s founder and CEO, Emily Weiss, sat down with Homepolish co-founder Noa Santos and designer Andrea Perez, she cited the pared-down attitude of Isabel Marant’s collections, bright-white interiors, and minimalist photography as her references. The final design is a beautifully clean space with accents of foliage and copper—bright, welcoming, and perfect for interviewing and shooting whom/whatever walks out of the private elevator.

With two patios (yes, two), the obvious choice was to dedicate one to a long table with room for red solo cups and ping pong ball-tossing. You know, to build office culture. The other has chic outdoor furniture and a view of Canal Street (high enough to just see it, not smell it).

Noa and Andrea took the project from raw space to highly functional, high-ceilinged office. With custom storage for the team’s plethora of beauty products, a very chic conference area, and comfortable (yet organized) working spaces, the office has absolutely everything it needs to work for and reflect the very cool ITG gang.

Click through the slideshow for a full tour.

Written by Anna Gray | Photos by Claire Esparros

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When it came to the Into the Gloss offices in New York, it was essential to the brand that the space communicated their effortless chic vibe.

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A high-gloss (how apropos) white plastic laminate table blends into a white room, but the collection of magazines along with a verdant fig tree immediately stick out.

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CEO and founder Emily Weiss played an essential role in the redesign.

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Lofted ceilings keep the office airy and bright.

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Communal desktops provide employees the opportunity to collaborate instead of being sequestered into cubicles and side offices.

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Photographs from the magazine can almost double as art.

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CEO and founder Emily Weiss worked with Homepolish cofounder Noa Santos and designer Andrea Perez to bring vibrancy to the office while still maintaining a focus on clean, white space.

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In the employee restroom, it almost feels residential. White subway tile is accented with homey candles and plants.

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One of the office's two patios.

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