How does the design of your space (or an element of the design) impact the experiences people have there?
"Every nook, niche, and shelf features curios collected and displayed by artist Curtis Steiner. The collection is ever changing so there is almost always something new discover. This all takes place in a glass and steel biophilic dome."
What is the interior design style of your space?
"Vintage glamour--velvet, leather, walnut, verde indio marble counters and basins, antique furniture, museum-like collection of rarities and notables."
What Custom/Original Element do your guests notice most often? What do they say about it?
"Nearly everything featured in the space is quite remarkable--actual Georgian and Victorian antiques. We mostly we hear "_______ is really beautiful! What is it!?"
What was the biggest source of inspiration?
"Carnegie libraries, classic hotel bars, museums, social clubs"
Who did you love working with on this space? Any memorable moments or unique craftsmen?
"We loved working with Curtis Steiner on the collections in the space. Eric and Lisa from Niteo lighting created the dramatic stage for these art objects to be viewed. Graham Baba Architects designed the space and did a lovely job programming a very tricky space that occupies 3 distinct levels over a very compact footprint. The team at Sellen executed all the complicated details and assemblies and are true craftspeople."
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