NEW YORK — At the ripe old age of 483, Cambridge University Press is the world’s oldest publishing company—and its 68-year-old New York branch was completely outdated.
“It was very old school,” Edin Rudic, the creative director of interior architecture firm MKDA, told Commercial Observer of the Press’ 2015 offices at 32 Avenue of the Americas. “The cubicles were tall and it was really stuffy. When we talked to them, they were aware of the problem. They had to get in touch with reality and what people are using these days.”
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