Mr Porter: MR JOSHUA ABRAM
October 14, 2015
"When Mr Joshua Abram, co-founder and co-CEO of NeueHouse, was nine years old, his mother was on the co-op board of the landmark Manhattan building The Dakota. Mr John Lennon and Ms Yoko Ono wanted to move in. “I remember that there was this massive resistance,” he says. “‘Oh, there will be people gawking outside the building. They’ll be noisy.’ For whatever reason, the interview took place in our apartment, and my mother (saint that she was) let me hang around,” says Abram, as he drinks a coffee in one of NeueHouse’s video-conference rooms on a Friday afternoon."
T Magazine: Watch an Artist Create a Perfect Little Cloud Indoors
July 29, 2015
"Berndnaut Smilde’s Frieze Week forecast is cloudy with no chance of anything but art-making. The cheery young Dutchman, who sees himself “as a sculptor, mainly,” has stirred lots of attention for his “Nimbus” series of atmospheric creations, in which he plays weatherman and creates clouds indoors... For Frieze New York, the contemporary art showcase that descends upon Randall’s Island this week, the private work collective NeueHouse, an official partner of the fair, invited Smilde to cast his nebulae in its David Rockwell-designed 25th Street space."
New York Observer: A Design Bible Focuses in on Physics, Fast Food and Meryl Streep
July 14, 2015
"The beauty of New York City, according to NeueHouse member and web developer Matthew Dull, is that it represents a collision. When it comes to business, art and technology, the city represents a dismissal of boundaries. NeueHouse, the relatively new co-working space on East 25th Street, set out to channel that brand of interdisciplinary innovation within a single, closed environment. “Bringing people together from varying disciplines, generations and cultures is the cornerstone of our entire ethos at NeueHouse. It’s what we do best,” said Michelle Grey, editor-in-chief of NeueJournal. NeueJournal is the very first magazine born out of the member’s only space, as explained in the first issue’s letter from the editor."
Harper’s Bazaar: Jake Gyllenhaal on Inhabiting the Mind of a Sociopath
"How do you fall in love with a sociopath?" asks writer Dominic Teja Sidhu in the inaugural issue of NeueJournal. "Jake Gyllenhaal connects to the core of his characters by opening his heart to the darkest parts of their worlds," he continues, "The actor examines the empathy behind his complex performances, the magnetism in vulnerability and gives us a taste of the sweat behind his newest role in this year's Southpaw."
W Magazine: All Eyes on Brigitte Lacombe
"An evening celebrating photographer and NeueJournal contributor Brigitte Lacombe, who has taken portraits of actors Meryl Streep, Robin Wright, Jake Gyllenhaal and Oscar Isaac, and artists Ed Ruscha, Mary Heilmann and Frank Stella, for the magazine’s multiple covers."
The Hollywood Reporter: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Moby and Ava DuVernay Celebrate Photographer Brigitte Lacombe
'Photographer Brigitte Lacombe has numerous fans, and many of her star subjects are at the top of the list. Jennifer Jason Leigh shared her thoughts about the renowned French artist at an event Thursday night in Hollywood celebrating Lacombe’s recent collaboration with NeueHouse on the first edition of NeueJournal. “The way she works with you is so phenomenal because she sees things in you that you don’t really know about yourself,” said Leigh. “If you look through this journal, she works with so many different types of personalities and yet she gets something true from every single person."' ...
Artnet: A Hungry Art Lover’s Guide to the Best Food at Frieze New York
July 13, 2015
"Frieze New York is in full swing, and in addition to all the amazing art to be seen (see Ben Davis's Standout Artworks Amid the Chaos of Frieze New York 2015), there's plenty of delicious food to be had (see Roberta's, Milk Bar, and Frankies Spuntino Headline Frieze New York Food Vendors). As we did last year (see What To Eat During Frieze Week When You've Had Your Fill of Art), artnet News rounded up a selection of dishes from the Frieze restaurants. Here's our take on what to eat on Randall's this weekend... Yes, there is a VIP room, run by NeueHouse with chef Chris Bradley. No, you're not getting in. Don't even think about it."
Vanity Fair: Creating the Perfect Cloud Inside a Building in Manhattan’s Flatiron District
"They say you can’t control the weather—but for Berndnaut Smilde, that’s exactly his life’s work. The Dutch artist is known for his “Nimbus” series, in which he creates perfect, fluffy clouds in unique indoor spaces: churches, castles, dungeons, and most recently, in honor of Frieze New York, NeueHouse on 25th Street. The only lasting memory of his series is singular photograph—the perfect picture of the cloud in that space—which Smilde and his team work endlessly to capture."
PSFK 2015: NeueHouse Founder On Hospitality, Idea-Sharing & the Future of Work
May 8, 2015
"The workspace revolution that the tech pioneers of northern California started, Neuehouse has continued in New York, as Managing Director James O’Reilly explained at the PSFK 2015 conference. Gone are the archaic notions of the lifelong dedicated company man, the nine-to-five grind, and the stratification of management into nicer and nicer offices."
Fortune.com: Coworking space NeueHouse blends work and play for jetsetting digital nomads
March 31, 2014
"The first thing you notice about Neuehouse, a private coworking space for the modern day “solopreneur,” is about what you’d expect: The space is impeccably hip. Designed by architect David Rockwell and interior designer Cristina Azario, it’s got all the elements of the contemporary boutique hotel aesthetic: exposed brick, industrial lamps, wingback smoking chairs, kilim throw pillows, cowhide rugs, giant palm fronds. A magazine rack displays The Economist amid obscure literary journals, pricey art magazines, and the latest issue of Vogue. It’s eclectic chic."
WSJ.com: Where Work and Networking Intersect
December 1, 2013
"We live in a day and age of blurred lines, including the lines between networking and actual working. Sometimes, meeting and kibitzing with the right people gets in the way of getting things done; talking about ideas doesn't necessarily lead to their execution. Often, however, knowing the right people helps enable productivity and can help push an entrepreneurial conceit along. NeueHouse, which its creators call a "private workspace collective," is on the precipice of those blurred lines."
Bloomberg.com: Five Broadway Lessons for Fixing Office Life
July 8, 2013
"Architect and designer David Rockwell is renowned for three decades of work across industries ranging from the hospitality business (including Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Hotel, W Hotels (HOT), and Nobu) to the theater (including set designs for recent Tony Award-winning productions Kinky Boots and Lucky Guy). His latest project will open this month: NeueHouse, a shared working space located in a fully restored, century-old building in Manhattan. Marketed as a “private-membership work collective” for “solopreneurs,” NeueHouse spans 35,000 square feet over five floors and is intended for workers in such fields as fashion, design, technology, and publishing."