Located in the historic Exchange District, ClarkHuot/Cocoon's Canadian office is headquartered in the Grain Exchange Building — an architectural gem designed in the style of the “Chicago School,” opened in 1908, which remained one of the largest office towers in the British Empire up until the early thirties.
#YWG is the metropolitan heart of North America, a transportation hub, and the perfect platform for accessing businesses across the continent. Whether it's the multi-ethnic working-class history, the weather, or something in the water, the city has never ceased to produce a talent pool that consistently punches above its weight in Politics, Architecture, Industry, Art, Writing, and Music. That's probably why so many of our people are multi-disciplined professionals: writer / illustrators, programmer / musicians, architect / designers, poet / strategists — polymaths and Renaissance rogues.
ClarkHuot operates out of a 1930s high-rise at 325 W 38th Street. Kiev-born American architect Henry I. Oser, whose work includes several prominent New York heritage buildings including the Trinity Court Building near Zuccotti Park, designed the 17-story tower in the city's historic Garment District.
A city that counts itself among the great capitals of the past, present, and future, New York forever remains one of the true creative epicenters of the world. A place where the next big idea is always just around the corner, and an even better idea is hanging around the bottom of a highball glass.
Just blocks from the Port Authority, ClarkHuot's office is a formidable blend of ex-pats, immigrants, and native New Yorkers, working together in one of Manhattan's last bastions of old-school, pre-Giuliani craziness. Since 2000, we've been arguing about the best places to get a beer, dodging questionable pizza, launching unforgettable brands, and building relationships with some of the world's most successful media professionals in one of the world's most inspiring burgs.