Sony Square NYC is a public space committed to showcasing innovations in products, music, movies and gaming. Sky Acoustics provided black acoustical ceiling tiles to reduce reverberation time and create a much more pleasing environment for customers and employees alike.
On May 11th 2016 the iconic Empire State Building 80th floor gift shop opened it's doors with a fresh look. Upon entering the 4,200 sq. ft. space, visitors are greeted by a showcase window bearing the building logo and intricate etchings of original design features that celebrate the Machine Age. Design Strategies and Intex Forms teamed up to install the seamless curved light coves visible throughout the space.
Barneys New York, one of the city’s most iconic clothing retailers, just opened a new flagship location in a familiar spot. It is located in the Chelsea neighborhood on 7th Avenue between 16th and 17th street, marking the return of the luxury retail store to the same block on which the company was founded in 1923.
Design Strategies and Intex formed the ceiling light coves, now installed in all Barneys store redesigns in North America. Molded out of GFRG, each light cove is unique and offers aesthetically pleasing light refraction that creates a calm and tranquil environment with a subtle inordinate luxury.
On October 27th, 2017 Apple opened their new Chicago flagship store on Michigan Avenue. It is thrillingly transparent, elegantly understated and a boon to the city’s riverfront. Architectural Components Group Inc. (ACGI) supplied a linear white oak ceiling system that extends beautifully from the interior to the exterior through a glass facade.
On December 5th, 2017 Apple opened their new Brooklyn location in the middle of Flatbush Avenue. The sloped wood ceiling extends from the interior to a triangle peak through the glass curtain wall. Architectural Components Group Inc. (ACGI) supplied the linear wood ceiling system that absorbs sound and is engineered to perfection.
Located at the heart of Midtown Manhattan, Steinway & Sons has opened its new flagship: Steinway Hall. A state-of-the-art retail and performance space, the showroom has already become a cultural destination where artists and ideas meet, where collaborations are born between musicians and instruments that make our world a more beautiful place. An artistic centerpiece of the new Steinway Hall is an installation by American artist Spencer Finch. Titled Newton’s Theory of Color and Music (The Goldberg Variations), the work is an interpretation of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Goldberg Variations” that explores the intersection of music, color, and emotion through light.