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The renovated brownstone bordering Hell’s Kitchen on 353 West 46th Street originally housed a brilliant geometric skylight on its rooftop terrace and Cezign foresaw its great potential. Cecilia Dupire, design principal at Cezign, made use of the unique prism by transforming it into a glowing LED light sculpture that creates a dazzling array of energy-efficient lighting effects. The beaming skylight is wrapped with a bar for socializing and bordered with moveable furnishings to fully utilize the surrounding space.

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The building’s interior was also retrofitted with transitioning magnet and dry erase walls, reconfiguring the space seamlessly and instantly for a multitude of purposes. Lightweight and slender bespoke furniture peppers the space and is easily transformed for any situation. The remainder of the design is minimalist in nature with the street-facing windows acting as the interior’s focal point.

Via Office Newswire

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