The interior design of the Comcast Center at 17th and JFK Boulevard in Center City Philadelphia combines all the elements of a corporate campus into a striking 56 story all glass tower. The lightness and translucency of Robert Stern’s architecture (RAMSA) have been incorporated into all of Comcast’s interior spaces. Taking its cue from RAMSA’s architecture and ground floor lobby, the Comcast tenant design team created a modern, inviting, and well planned interior environment complete with modern communication technology.
The heart of the impressive Center is Ralph’s Café, located on the 43rd and 44th floors, connected by a handsome glass and steel stair with natural maple treads. Guests can sit in a cozy booth, meet new colleagues at a family style table, or relax with a cappuccino at the coffee bar while enjoying incomparable views of the city. Internally illuminated serveries, color changing lights, and a double height volume space with suspended cylindrical resin light fixtures combined with classic modern furniture provide Comcast staff with a relaxed but elegant break from their workplace environments.