Remains Out & About in Midtown Manhattan

On a balmy winter day, we left our showroom in the heart of the Flower District to explore midtown Manhattan in hopes of spotting a few of our fixtures in situ.

Refinery Hotel with Heron Exterior Lanterns

Just south of Bryant Park, Heron Exterior Wall Lanterns light the front doors of the Refinery Hotel. Stonehill & Taylor Architects designed the entryway, which stands out against the historic Colony Arcade building.

California Sunbursts in Morgans New York

Located beyond a narrow hallway of the boutique Morgan New York Hotel, two large-scale, oval Tony Duquette California Sunburst Chandeliers illuminate the Reserve Lounge.

Custom Fixtures in Gramercy Park

Custom chandeliers hang from the Georgian inspired lobby of a private residential building. Matching sconces are situated evenly along the wood panelled walls.

Sorensons in 10 Madison Square Park

Across from Madison Square Park, custom Sorenson Exterior Wall Lanterns frame the entrance of 10 Madison Square Park, a new condominium building designed by Alan Wanzenberg. Inside the elegant modern lobby, Sorenson Pendants hang from the coffered ceiling.

RAMSA Fixtures in Walker Zanger

Needless to say, the Walker Zanger showroom contains seemingly endless examples of intricate tile work. In a powder blue bathroom display, two Polished Nickel Fortuna 9 Sconces  by Robert A.M. Stern Architects pop against the pastel tile. Downstairs, Fortuna 5 Sconces and a Cardea 15 Flush Mount shine in a neutral bathroom with white tile and grey marble.

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