Relive NYC's Bygone Days Through its Interior Landmarks
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Relive NYC's Bygone Days Through its Interior Landmarks

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© Larry Lederman

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Law, the New York School of Interior Design launched an exhibit called “Rescued, Restored, Reimagined,” which shines light on some of the city’s most overlooked protected spaces.

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Tourists could walk right past this 9th Avenue office building, never knowing that a colorful interpretation of Art Deco design lies hidden on the first floor. Like something straight out of an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, the ceiling is gilded and a colorful geometric pattern brightens one wall of the elevator bank.

Relive NYC's Bygone Days Through its Interior Landmarks

Film Center Building

Tourists could walk right past this 9th Avenue office building, never knowing that a colorful interpretation of Art Deco design lies hidden on the first floor. Like something straight out of an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, the ceiling is gilded and a colorful geometric pattern brightens one wall of the elevator bank.

© Larry Lederman
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