Pem America relocates NYC headquarters and showroom

Features moveable walls for flexible merchandise displays

Pem America Photo by Peter Dressel/Wilk Marketing Communications
New York – Home textiles supplier Pem America has moved into a new space.

The company’s new 16,000-square-foot headquarters is located at 70 West 36th St. Over 50% of the 8,000-square-foot second floor is devoted to showroom space.

The main entrance and reception lobby on the second floor connects to the bank of three elevators. Over 50% of the 8,000-square-foot second floor is devoted to showroom space. Approximately 40%, or 3,000 square feet of the floor area is assigned to offices, primarily open-plan space with several private offices. This floor also features a conference room with glass walls.

The third floor is specified to be about 40% offices, again most being open-plan space with a few private offices. About 50% of this floor, too, is a showroom. The third floor also houses a pantry and an elevator lobby.

The showroom spaces were created with a custom, movable wall panel system to provide flexibility in layout and merchandising displays. Montroy Andersen DeMarco ( MADGI) served as the interior designer for the project.

“Our expanding business operations called for a new, larger showroom and offices. The dramatic new space designed by MADGI represents the quality of Pem’s merchandise, accommodates our frequently changing collections, and provides a comfortable work environment for our administrative and sales personnel,” said Pem-America’s Chuck Brannon, chief operating officer.

Pem produces branded and private label bedding, coverlets, bedspread, blankets, throws, quilts, bath and beach towels, dec pillows and soft window in all-cotton, blends and specialty fibers.

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