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  • 1. IDC INDUSTRIAL DRAMA COMPLEX program requirements The client, Industrial Artists, Inc., a repertory company of actors, playwrights and directors needs a permanent home to pursue its mission to advance the vitality and diversity of the American dramatic theater. IAI wishes to convert the former IRT power plant located at 59th St. & 11th Ave into their new home. The facility is to be a collection of performance spaces of various sizes and types for dramatic performances. The facility is to also include ancillary spaces and amenities to support the theatrical productions, staff and audiences. Design solution The design solution for the IDC embraces the industrial aesthetic of the original structure and incorporates the drama and energy of the New York theater scene and the city itself. Interior structures are covered in LED signage creating interior billboards providing excitement, color and informational graphics for patrons while providing a dynamic and high-tech contrast to the industrial aesthetic of the original structure. intro P1 Perspective view facing the Goodman Theater from the north side of the main atrium. IDC 1/7
  • 2. plans + sections 2/7 IDC
  • 3. plans + sections IDC 3/7
  • 4. Site pictures from top to bottom: Illustration of the original facade of the IRT Power Plant as designed by McKim, Mead & White (1904). Image from Google Earth showing the location of the building between 58th and 59th Streets and 11th and 12th Avenues Materials used in the project are a mix of both rough and sleek demo of the original structure. Sleek elements include metal the greenhouse roof, and metal mesh panels used in some of the concrete. The main atrium and trafficked walkways are covered in alongside the Hudson River and industrial products. Gritty elements include rough concrete, access acoustical panels (used as cladding on the exterior of the theaters), theaters’ interior spaces as wall coverings. Some items are a mix a high-tech metal floor system set over a rubber base to insulate the West Side Highway. panels (manholes) and exposed bricked walls leftover from the polished metal on the window frames of the exterior walls and of both. Much of the ground floor areas are covered in polished noise. The metal floor features a dark raw unfinished patina. Engraving showing a cross-section facing west of the original configuration of the IRT Power Plant (1904). Photo showing the machinery in the north bay of the IRT Power Plant (1904). Inspiration & prototype for the Typical Interior for the black box theaters Prototype for the staircases in the main atrium space. The railings Prototype for the staircases inside the The glass in the ceiling skylights is Detail of the cable system sliding doors leading to the will be filled with a steel cable mesh as shown in the detail at left. The theaters. Railings are filled with glass. embedded with solar cells. The energy supporting the glass walls of the black box theaters treads will have a textured vinyl floor covering, instead of the wood captured during the day helps to power Costume Atelier, Bookstore and finish shown here. the interior signage at night. Set Shop. This bench is used in the center of the main The remainder of the seating shown is used in the lobby and lounge areas of each of the theaters atrium. Small connector pieces allow the units to be arranged in different configurations. Inspiration for the LED signage that wraps around the Prototype for elevator Inspiration for kiosk and This LED lighting system serves as both a luminaire Fluorescent factory lights were the inspiration for using these sleek modern interpretations. The elevators and theaters. interiors sky bridge lighting in main and a suspended ceiling. It provides illumination chandeliers (left) and floor lamp (center) will be used in the theater lobbies. The hanging fixtures (right) are atrium while hiding duct work from view. It is used in the featured in the center of the main atrium. They will also be used along the main walkways were they will costume atelier and the book store. be hung horizontally. Proposed seating for the Perkins Playhouse. Proposed seating for the Goodman Theater. Proposed seating for the Robert A. King Proposed seating for the Proposed color scheme for seating in Amphitheater. stairs in front of the Goodman the Goodman Theater. Theater. Inspiration for the Prototype for bookstore shelving Proposed screen system for the costume atelier. The screens provide Chairs to be used in the costume atelier. bookstore. both visual and acoustical privacy inside the glass studio. materials, furnishings + existing site conditions 4/7 IDC
  • 5. L1 L2 L3 Perspective illustrations clockwise from top left: P3 Perspective view from the north entrance looking south across the main atrium. The Goodman Theater is on the right. P3 L1 Light study of the main atrium. View is from the recessed stairs in front of the Goodman Theater facing towards the north side of the center atrium and the Brandt Black Box Theater (same view as P1). L2 Light study of the main atrium. View is from the south entrance looking toward the Lowenthal Studio Space, the Korman Costume Atelier and the Drama Bookstore. L3 Light study of the main atrium. View is from the north entrance looking south (same view as P3). P1 Perspective view facing the Goodman Theater from the north side of the main atrium. P2 Perspective view facing east and the Brandt Black Box Theater from the recessed stairs in front of the Goodman Theater. P1 P2 plans + elevations IDC 5/7
  • 6. program requirements The Family Planning Research Institute (FPRI) is an independent non-profit corporation, studying public policies regarding voluntary fertility control and population issues. FPRI studies focus on issues related to pregnancy and birth, contraception, abortion, sexual behavior, and sexually transmitted diseases. It supports reproductive health programs offering policy analysis, public education, and research. FPRI’s mission is to find facts, present them clearly and forcefully, and keep them in the forefront of the public consciousness. FPRI’s board of directors has recognized that its current downtown facilities are inadequate. They plan to move to a midtown office building, 1177 Avenue of the Americas (between 45th and 46th Streets), to take advantage of affordable rents offered by the building’s landlord who is developing the building as a center for nonprofit organizations in exchange for state and federal tax benefits. FPRI will be one of the first nonprofit tenants occupying the 20th and 21st floors. The 62-person staff is divided into 4 main divisions: Research, Communications & ABOVE View of the main circulation path including the stairs and workstations opposite the library on the 20th floor. RIGHT Existing conditions on the 20th and 21st floors. + intro FPRI 1/7
  • 7. plans + legend 2/7 IDC
  • 8. Lighting Systems clockwise from top left: Development, Publications, and Finance & Administration. The The work areas were planned with an emphasis on the comfort Armstrong’s Techzone Ceiling System is used Institute is overseen by a 42-member board of directors, which of employees. While companies like to promote interaction, throughout the facility. meets at FPRI three times a year. There is also a 12-member individual worker satisfaction relies heavily on having a space of Zumtobel’s Slotlight is used in the reception science advisory panel, which meets once a year. While the one’s own for quiet contemplation. This is especially true in an area & the library. conference room must be large enough to accommodate the organization in which the core business is scholarly research. Zumtobel’s Airboard Suspended Lighting is large board it also must be flexible enough to be partitioned used in the reception area and the library. It provides sound absorbing acoustics as well as into smaller spaces that can be used simultaneously by smaller This design provides two out of three workers with their own both direct and indirect lighting. groups on a daily basis. The institute also maintains its own office. All but 13 of those offices are on the perimeter and Zumtobel’s Ceilos Light Panels are located over private library to aid its researchers. have access to at least one window. The remaining third of the stairwell and the double height space along the employees work in cubicles. However all of the cubicles the library and conference rooms. are located on the perimeter of the east façade and enjoy an Design solution uninterrupted vista through the windows onto the canyon of The core of the floor is mainly devoted to office services such office buildings on Sixth Avenue. as the mail room, IT and storage facilities. In addition two of the largest and most important areas, the conference room and the library, are also located there. While both these spaces are recessed into the interior of the building, they are also located in the middle of the circulation path and are directly linked together by the main interior staircase. This arrangement makes the passageways in front of these spaces key thoroughfares where worker interaction can take place spontaneously and fortuitously throughout the day. The other chief advantage of this arrangement is that it allows for the placement of the maximum number of offices and workstations at the perimeter of the building. reflected ceiling plans + lighting FPRI 3/7
  • 9. NEAR RIGHT The center conference room looking out onto the open workspace on the 21st floor FAR RIGHT View of the main circulation path including the stairs and workstations opposite the library on the 20th floor. sections + perspectives 4/7 IDC
  • 10. ABOVE View of the library on the 20th floor. LEFT Typical office interior (office #33) + perspective illustrations FPRI 5/7
  • 11. TEKNION’S District Workstations for open work area on the 20th floor TEKNION’S XM Workstations for open work area on the 21st floor KNOLL’S OPEN UP task chair for workstations and offices FRITZ HANSEN’S VICODUO guest chair HAWORTH’S PATTERN ELEMENTS filing cabinets for for offices the north hallways ETEL ALTAGAMMA SCRIVANIE desk and cabinet for executive KNOLL OPEN UP task chair FRITZ HANSEN OXFORD B&B ITALIA SINA conference table for executive ESTEL LIBRA shelving for executive offices STEELCASE KART FOLDING CONFERENCE CHAIRS provide efficient storage WIESNER-HAGER FLEX conference tables provide efficient storage and flexibility when offices for executive offices executive guest chair offices and flexibility when reconfiguring the conference rooms reconfiguring the conference rooms FRITZ HANSEN LISSONI sofa for reception & informal lounge areas B&B ITALIA WORD chairs & side table for reception and informal lounge areas FRITZ HANSEN PK80 BENCH in the main corridor on the 20th floor SIDE TABLE / STOOL in the main corridor on the 20th floor Inspiration for conference room Inspiration for glass staircase Glass bridge that links the center Detail of glass joints used in stairs, SDR+ REGAL SYSTEM 606 bookshelves for the library BULO’S TAB chairs for the library FRITZ HANSEN T-NO.1 table for the library conference room to the main catwalk & railings workspace on the 21st floor furnishings + materials 6/7 IDC
  • 12. Materials clockwise from top left: Fabrics for office and lounge furniture. The dark charcoal grey carpet is the main floor covering used throughout both floors. The light grey vinyl flooring is used in the library and conference room. The white marble is used under the glass stairs and in reception area. Fabrics for office and lounge furniture. The synthetic fabrics are used for wall coverings, furniture panels and window shades. Laminates in white, black & greys, in both matte and reflective finishes, are used on various surfaces. Stainless steel is used in the staircase, railings, & assorted hardware. Ribbed glass partition walls are used to separate the office interiors from the circulation hallways. The ribbed glass allows the maximum amount of light to filter through the space and create a sense of openness, while maintaining an appropriate amount of privacy. furnishings + materials FPRI 7/7
  • 13. THE WHOLE WOMAN is a lingerie store that caters to women who have had a mastectomy. The concept is to provide a bright, warm, upscale environment and sensitive, well-trained, professional service for customers who are dealing with this difficult physical and emotional issue. The fashionable boutique atmosphere and service is intentional and is meant to stand in stark contrast to any negative preconceived feelings the customer may have concerning the product. Each floor has a distinct emphasis. The second floor is primarily for first time customers. Removed from the hustle and bustle of foot traffic from the street, the second floor is calm, quiet and secluded. Seating is provided for customers waiting to be served or if they merely need to rest. The service here is one on one. The dressing suites can graciously accommodate the salesperson, the customer and a companion. Indirect cove lighting in the dressing rooms, shows customers at their best in a warm, soft light that avoids glare and harsh shadows. A stockroom is located between the suites to facilitate efficient service. The ground floor is for repeat customers. These are women who have shopped here before, know what they need and want to get in and out quickly. + intro THE WHOLE WOMAN 1/5
  • 14. floor plans + 2/5 THE WHOLE WOMAN
  • 15. + sections THE WHOLE WOMAN 3/5
  • 16. TOP RIGHT Aerial view of top floor from outside of the store. MIDDLE RIGHT View of top floor from the front looking back. BOTTOM RIGHT View of top floor from the back looking toward the front. Here you can see through the cutout in the floor down to the first floor. Chairs located in the 2nd floor waiting area and dressing rooms Table located in the 2nd floor waiting area Bench located in the 2nd floor dressing rooms and on the 2nd floor balcony by the front window Wood veneer used on the walls and display cases Brushed silver finish metal used for the window mullions as well as Warm bronze metal finish used on the casework the stair and balcony railings Terrazzo flooring contains clear and white glass used on both floors Terrazzo flooring contains black glass used as a border on the ground Terrazzo flooring contains amber glass used as a decorative inlay on floor the ground floor Inspiration for the cove and indirect lighting used throughout the store Sconce used in the 2nd floor changing areas furnishings + materials 4/5 THE WHOLE WOMAN
  • 17. LEFT View of the facade from the street. ABOVE TOP View of the ground floor from the back looking front. The cutout in the ceiling creates a double high space that extends to the second floor. ABOVE View of the first floor from the street just outside the windows, looking toward the back of the store. + perspective sKetches THE WHOLE WOMAN 5/5
  • 18. THE VERTIGO LOUNGE is an upscale bar with a hip, glam, nightclub feel. It is a meeting place for young singles looking for something new and different. The most striking physical feature is the mezzanine. Constructed of steel and glass and accessed by a staircase of the same materials, the mezzanine with its glass floor is meant to evoke the edgy feeling of the bar’s name. Another dramatic feature of the space is the light sculpture over the bar. Inspired by a Harry Bertoia screen, this sculpture is made of mixed media including, but not limited to, glass, stone and metal. LED lights embedded in some of the glass elements create its sparkling light. As a practical matter the curved walls are designed to cover the protruding attached columns that run along the length of the structure. As a design feature the fabric-lined, curved surfaces soften the space visually and acoustically and also speak to the curves found in the stairs and the mezzanine. Three staircases facilitate traffic: one to the basement kitchen, one to the mezzanine for service staff and another for patrons. The service stairs are separated from the main area by a double height frosted glass panel. The mezzanine staircase for patrons is prominently and dramatically featured at the main entrance. + intro THE VERTIGO LOUNGE 1/5
  • 19. plans + sections 2/5 THE VERTIGO LOUNGE
  • 20. plans + sections THE VERTIGO LOUNGE 3/5
  • 21. CAFE TABLE WITH GLASS TOP AND STEEL THE WALLS ARE LINED WITH A WARM GREY BASE TEXTURED FABRIC TO SOFTEN THE SPACE VISUALLY AND ACOUSTICALLY. VIEW OF THE MAIN STAIRCASE AND THE MEZZANINE FROM JUST INSIDE THE MAIN ENTRANCE. AERIAL VIEW OF THE MEZZANINE FROM THE NORTH EAST CORNER LOOKING SOUTH TOWARDS THE BACK OF THE LOUNGE. BAR STOOL WITH LEATHER SEAT AND THIS HARRY BERTOIA SCREEN IS THE THE LOUNGE SEATING IS MADE OF A SEMI- CHROME BASE INSPIRATION FOR THE SELF-ILLUMINATED GLOSS WHITE PLASTIC. SCULPTURE ABOVE THE BAR. THE OUTDOOR SEATING IS MADE OF A THE STEEL GRID THAT SUPPORTS THE LOUNGE SEATING WITH LEATHER SEMI-TRANSLUCENT PLASTIC AND LIT FROM MEZZANINE IS ANCHORED TO THE EAST WALL UPHOLSTERY AND CHROME BASE. WITHIN. AND IS SUSPENDED FROM THE CEILING BY STEEL CABLES. THIS TABLE TOP BY INGO MAURER IS THE INSPIRATION FOR THE MEZZANINE FLOOR. THE FLOOR TILES, WHICH ARE MADE OF DARK TINTED, TRANSPARENT GLASS VIEW FROM THE BACK OF THE LOUNGE LOOKING NORTH TOWARDS THE FRONT. VISIBLE HERE, TO THE RIGHT OF THE IMAGE, IS THE REAR SERVICE STAIRCASE BEHIND THE FROSTED GLASS WALL EMBEDDED WITH LED LIGHTS, GIVE THE BAR ITS VERTIGINOUS EDGE. furnishings, materials + perspectives 4/5 THE VERTIGO LOUNGE
  • 22. VIEW FROM THE FRONT OF THE LOUNGE LOOKING SOUTH TOWARDS THE BACK. + perspectives THE VERTIGO LOUNGE 5/5
  • 23. Perspective Drawing of Living Area Facing East 56 Crosby Street Duplex Loft + intro 56 CROSBY STREET DUPLEX LOFT 1/7
  • 24. Pre-existing Site Conditions from top: Section Facing North, Mezzanine Level and Top Floor Plan program requirements The space that they plan to develop is on the top floor of a ensures his self-sufficiency. The counter is also a benefit to The clients are a family with some very special requirements. former light-industrial loft building and includes a mezzanine the whole household as it doubles the functionality of the The household is headed by a couple in their late 30’s with level. The unit offers more space than they need. They are entire kitchen no matter who is cooking. The “rug” in the two children, a daughter of 8 ½ years and a son of six. therefore planning to create a rental apartment with at least living area is actually vinyl flooring trimmed in leather, which The wife is a very successful stockbroker and the husband 3,600 S.F., however they do not want the rental apartment to is set flush into the floor to provide a level surface for ease is an art historian and teaches at private college uptown. include more than half the mezzanine level. The design must of mobility. Half the outdoor patio is paved to provide easy Both share an intense interest in art. The clients will not be include egress for both units that conform to city fire codes. wheelchair access. In fact, from the front door to the far ends bringing any of their current furnishings with them except for Other than setting aside space for the rental unit no further of the upper level there are very few parts of the apartment two important pieces of art. The two art pieces are Jackson design is required at this time. that a wheelchair cannot navigate. Pollack’s “One: Number 31” and Alexander Calder’s “Snow Flurry, I”. The art pieces greatly influenced the design due to their Design solution large size, which called for even larger display spaces. Their The wife’s father who has just turned seventy will be living Special attention was paid to accessibility. The elevator pedigree, as well as their size, suggested the prominence of with the family. He is a retired music teacher. He is in good interior is 5’ x 5’ allowing a wheelchair to turn around, and their placement. health and spends a lot of time with his grandchildren He also eliminating the need to back in or out. The kitchen counter gives piano lessons a few times a week at home. However along the windows is designed to be at desk height. This is a recent problem has confined him to a wheel chair, a factor due in part to the low sill height of the windows but it also is that impacted the design of the apartment designed to offer the grandfather a full work surface, which existing conditions + 2/7 56 CROSBY STREET DUPLEX LOFT
  • 25. Duplex Upper Floor Plan Duplex Main Floor Plan + plans 56 CROSBY STREET DUPLEX LOFT 3/7
  • 26. Section Through Entrance Hall Facing North Section Through Master Suite and Terrace Facing North sections + 2/7 56 CROSBY STREET DUPLEX LOFT
  • 27. Section Through Entrance Hall Facing South Section Through Girl’s Bedroom Facing West, Section Through Boy’s Bedroom Facing South, Preliminary Study of Living Area Preliminary Study of Entrance Hall including custom bed and sleeping nook including custom loft bed and tv/game area Facing West Facing West sections + sKetches 56 CROSBY STREET DUPLEX LOFT 5/7
  • 28. Bernhardt bench in the entry Texture of the exposed brick wall in entry hallway Riga light fixture from Flos is used on the brick wall in the entry Calder scuplture, Snow Flurry I, Damier adjustable sofa placed below the Calder foyer hallway hung in the double height stairwell sculpture. Usona Home - Detail 10/30/07 6:46 PM Jackson Pollack painting, One: Number 31, hanging on the north B&B Italia modular seating unit used in the living area. “I-Beam” coffe table. Polished stainless Hans Wegner Flag Halyard lounge Stool used in the living area. Poul Kjaerholm side table. Mies side chair in the living area. Mark Rothko painting that wall of the living area. To “frame” the artwork the wall directly steel base and dark granite top. chair used in the living area. hangs over the buffet in behind the painting is plastered and painted a warm off-white. the dining area. Crash Sideboard Product ID: 04800 Printer Friendly Version - Dining Chairs - Dining Tables - Storage enter your email address below Vent hood and suspended shelf with Inspiration for custom-built kitchen island. Lighting used over the desk- Roche Bobois free-standing Murano Chandelier that The dining table. Hans Wegner side-chairs used Finn Juhl arm-chairs used in Wall-mounted buffet hung on the south wall of the dining built in LED lighting over the kitchen height kitchen counter along the bookcase that divides the hangs over the dining table. in the dining area. the dining area. area. island. south wall of the kitchen. kitchen from the dining area. http://www.usonahome.com/detail.aspx?ID=2681&ndx=2&categoryid=65 Page 1 of 2 The bed in the master bedroom from Porro. Book shelves behind Mark Rothko painting that Benches located at the Adjustable reading lamps Side table next to lounge chair PK 33 stool in front of lounge chair in the Hans Wegner CH07 Shell Vintage lamp next to Hans Wegner desk chair located the bed in the master hangs above the bed in foot of the bed in the alongside the bed in the in the master bedroom. master bedroom lounge chair in the master the lounge chair in in the office adjacent to the bedroom the master bedroom master bedroom master bedroom bedroom the master bedroom master bedroom Boffi tub, facet and sinks used in the master bathroom. Mirror and glass ceiling Cantilvered toilet in the mounted light fixture in the master bathroom. master bathroom. furnishings + materials 6/7 56 CROSBY STREET DUPLEX LOFT
  • 29. Marcel Wanders Studio, blits 11/6/07 10:56 AM space blits great for a date 160_ Lighting Light is like music that plays around you and sets the mood. So is a light an instrument? Of course -- if you are talking about François Azambourg’s ‘BRINDILLES’. We have more chords to capture your interest. EDITORIAL LIVING DINING SLEEPING WORKING LIGHTING DÉCOR «BRINDILLES is a representation of the link between the con- crete and the imaginary. This creative mix offers an unimaginable image of light.» François Azambourg BRINDILLES_François Azambourg, 2006 3 Page 163 Reproduction bronze desk in the girl’s bedroom. Desk lamp made of mirrored Desk chair for girl’s desk is White powder-coated metal side Reading lamp next LIGNE ROSET 2007 Lamp over the Inspiration for the floral mural in aviator sunglasses in the girl’s from B&B Italia. chair in the girl’s bedroom. to side chair in the moooi, the unexpected welcome bed in the girl’s photocredits: the girl’s bedroom. Inga Powilleit, styling Tatjana Quax Knoll : KnollStudio : Laccio Tables bedroom. girl’s bedroom. bedroom. Search Dickies As a Bauhaus apprentice Anthony Kleinepier, 2004 in 1925, Marcel Breuer http://www.marcelwanders.nl/wanders/pages/blits_3_9_grouppage.shtml Page 1 of 1 Specifications conceived the low table With the Dickies, Anthony likes as a companion to the to raise more questions than Wassily chair, the first answers so the expectations tubular steel design and codes of our daily environment become vague. based on the tubed This makes people wake up to frame of a bicycle. Home > KnollStudio > the fact that they are entitled to an interpretation of their own. I Tables > Laccio Tables Back to Tables think it is time again to use all our senses and not only believe Breuer Collection Laccio in what we see. tables Photos Material: Polypropylene NeoCon 2007 laminated with polyester and nylon with styro-foam filling Office Systems Colours: Dark Grey, Heather View more images and Brown Seating Dimensions: 120x105cm (hxd) Dimensions table: 40x90x90cm Download brochure Wood Casegoods (hxwxd) Price list Files and Storage photographer: Maarten van Houten Tables and Desks Printer-friendly KnollExtra Bookcase in Moveable nestng tables in the Foam covered poufs for seating Plastic KnollStudio worktable for the Bookcase/shelving system in children’s playroom Pendant light in boy’s bedroom. Desk light in boy’s bedroom. Desk in boy’s bedroom. B&B Italia desk chair Felt-covered beanbag Wall covering/storage on north the children’s children’s playroom. and play in the children’s children’s KnollTextiles playroom. and boy’s bedroom in boy’s bedroom. chair in boy’s bedroom wall in boy’s bedroom. playroom. playroom. Environment from Moooi. Every piece has an individual number of identification Designer Bio Knoll Essentials and authenticity Product Care Knoll Healthcare KnollStudio logo and Marcel Breuer's signature are Knoll Space • Homes stamped into the base of the table Warranty Maya Lin Toothpick Government/GSA http://www.moooi-online.com/index.php?page=collections&item=83 (1 of 2) [11/26/2007 7:16:59 PM] Available on the KnollStudio 20 day program Key Manuals Stones™ Cactus® and A & D Resources Saguaro Find a KnollStudio Cactus® Knoll International Dimensions Tables Knoll International Small low table dimensions are 21 ¾" W x 19" D x 17 Location ¾" H Europe Large low table dimensions are 53 ½" W x 19" D x 13 Find a Knoll Location ½" H Finishes MR Table Table top features a satin finish, smooth plastic laminate in either black or white Frame and legs are seamless tubular steel in polished chrome finish .:: DESIGNLUSH ::. moooi, the unexpected welcome ©2007 Knoll, Inc. Terms of Use Privacy Policy E-Commerce Terms and Conditions Selling Policy 1-800-343-5665 Bed in the grandfather’s bedroom. The poster art in the grandfather’s bedroom reflects his love Vintage desk in the grandfather’s bedroom. Knoll guest chair in the of music and sense of humor. granfather’s bedroom. Phillipe lounge » home » Seating » Benches & Otomans Marcel Wanders, 2001 Specifications Bridging the gap between the outdoors and the in. Phillipe excels within every space and becomes a great alternative to summer seating. Material: galvanised and powder coated steel with PE plastic http://www.knoll.com/products/product.jsp?prod_id=93&flag=cat&cat_id=40 [11/27/2007 12:36:15 AM] webbing, stainless steel legs Colours: white, silver, bronze Dinner chair: 75 x 55 x 57 cm (h x w x d) Seating height: 47 cm Lounge chair: 61 x 78 x 82 cm (h x w x d) Seating height: 30 cm This item is discontinued. Tuuci Razor Shade located Richard Shultz 1966 lounge chairs located on the lawn just Stone bench located in lawn seating area. Moooi lounge chairs located in Outdoor tables located in lawn seating area. Tokyo Pop photographer: Maarten van Houten in lawn seating area. chaise located Bertoia chairs located in patio Outdoor dining table located in alongside the lounge chairs on outside the master bedroom. http://www.designlush.com/main.php?id=6_2&subid=14 (1 of 2) [11/27/2007 12:31:41 PM] lawn seating area. dining area. patio dining area. the lawn just outside the master bedroom. http://www.moooi-online.com/index.php?page=collections&item=8 [11/26/2007 7:15:51 PM] Giacometti sculpture, Reed light fixtures, located in Bronze planters alongside the These lights are hung as Figure in a Garden, the lawn seating area. dining area. The large round pendants in the dining area on located on the patio. planters on the lawn have the the patio. same finish. furnishings + materials 56 CROSBY STREET DUPLEX LOFT 7/7
  • 30. FURNITURE DESIGN intro FURNITURE DESIGN 1/5
  • 31. adjustable table + 2/5 FURNITURE DESIGN
  • 32. lounge chair FURNITURE DESIGN 3/5
  • 33. chair + 4/5 FURNITURE DESIGN
  • 34. chest of drawers / desK FURNITURE DESIGN 5/5
  • 35. Lawrence Chabra Design 790 Riverside Drive, Suite 1E New York, NY 10032 Tel 917-658-9812 Fax 212-491-9932 Email Lawrence.Chabra@verizon.net All original drawings and designs are the property of Lawrence Chabra and may not be reproduced in any form without permission of the designer. © 2009