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Instalation of suspended, accessible, custom printed stretch ceiling panels in Whitney Museum of American Art. 99 Gansevoort Street, New York, NY 10014
|Decor Object||Suspended accessible panels|
|Project Size||500 sq. ft.|
|Project Time Frame||10 days|
|Ceiling texture||translucent matt|
|Type of Track||P-CCA100|
|Designer||Renzo Piano Building Workshop / CRP Architects|
NYCeiling is proud to work on a Whitney Museum project!
Renzo Piano, who is the founding father of Hi-Tech design worked on the design of the Whitney museum.
Our company has developed and installed suspended, accessible, custom printed stretch ceiling panels for Whitney museum elevators. One of the elevators was designed in cooperation with Tiffani & Co. The panels were custom printed in the traditional Tiffani color.
Elevator backlight before stretch ceilings installation.
If you want to implement your own project using the stretch ceiling technology - we will be happy to assist you with that.
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