In collaboration with partner firm Davis Brody Bond, Spacesmith designed a new entrance, connecting atrium, and 11,000 sf of office interiors for webcam technology leaders EarthCam. The project included re-cladding the existing 26,000 sf cement block building which also holds their technology and manufacturing divisions.

EarthCam provides webcam technology and managed services consisting of live streaming video, time-lapse cameras and photography documentation for corporate clients and government agencies in major cities around the world. The new 48,000-square-foot building is the largest facility in the world dedicated to building webcam technology and services. Efficient equipment was selected aimed at reducing energy consumption for the facility and is utilizing reclaimed building components and new materials containing recycled content. Building with these objectives in mind, the achievement of LEED certification highlights EarthCam's commitment to corporate sustainability.

Photo credit: Joe Kitchen

EarthCam’s approach integrates valuable new directions in workplace design with a creativity expressing the company’s brand identity and track record of innovation. The green building, openness and light in EarthCampus all reinforce the company commitment to employee wellness and industry leadership.
— Marc Gordon, AIA, Partner

Experience the rise of EarthCam's new headquarters through construction camera technology.

On May 4, 2018, EarthCam celebrated the grand opening of its new headquarters in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey. Hundreds of the webcam technology leader’s clients, industry partners, and media personalities joined the EarthCam staff to celebrate at the day-long event, which featured a special concert by Grammy Award-winning Elvis Costello. Designed by Spacesmith with Davis Brody Bond and consulting designer Vanessa Deleon, a key feature of the renovation is a new pavilion; a 25-foot-tall LED video wall with live feeds from EarthCam locations around the world.


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