Rapt Studio Opens in New York

Rapt Studio is a multi-disciplinary design and strategy studio best known for creating office interiors for many of the world’s most forward-thinking brands.

Among many others, Rapt’s clients include Google, HBO, The North Face, Dropbox, The Honest Company, and Sephora as well as a number of start-ups and emerging brands. Rapt Studio’s capabilities extend beyond office design to include expertise in branding identity, creative direction, and graphic design. This allows Rapt to help brands create a cohesive visual language across all brand touchpoints–from interiors and products to digital experiences and logos.

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With locations in San Francisco and Los Angeles, they are now adding a new location to its operations: New York City. This expansion comes in response to the growth of the team’s portfolio and the increase in demand for the unique services they provide. A New York presence will better facilitate the studio’s increasing client base across the country as well as throughout Europe, capitalizing on opportunities for their existing relationships, while growing their network and experience at the same time.

The New York team will be led by Daniel Korn, Managing Director, NY. Daniel, who joined Rapt in February, has previously worked for some of the leading global creative agencies and brings with him considerable insight into how design-led strategy can be used help brands win in the “post-digital” age. Daniel came to Rapt Studio to help clients who know that they can no longer rely on the traditional marketing playbook.

“Across the studio and now in New York, we have an incredibly talented and diverse team working in an agile way. We want to partner with ambitious clients who seek a competitive advantage and who want to co-create meaningful, multi-dimensional experiences that will deliver business results. I’m thrilled to be a part of the next phase of growth for Rapt Studio and our clients.”

–Daniel Korn

 

www.raptstudio.com






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