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Park Ave Lobby

VIQ was tasked with developing three design alternatives to renovate a residential lobby in the Park Avenue Historic District of Manhattan. Our team has meticulously crafted three interior design schemes that harmonize with the district's Classic Revival architecture. These schemes include Modern Colonial, Mid-Century Modern, and Art Deco designs. Which one would you choose? 

Tipology I
Art-Deco Interior
North Elevation

Inspired by the ART DECO STYLE that emerged in the 1920s and 1930s. A style influenced by various art movements, including Cubism, Constructivism, and Futurism, as well as elements from ancient Egyptian and Aztec art. In our design, we look for A BOLD, GLAMOROUS, AND LUXURIOUS AESTHETIC for the lobby.


We introduce some key characteristics of ART DECO into our design, such as:

  • The selected wall covering embraces geometric shapes and lines. It often features strong, angular forms. 

  • We created a sense of symmetry and balance. The design emphasizes clean lines, smooth curves, and a sleek, streamlined appearance. The furniture and architectural elements are symmetrical and well-defined.

  • The design embraces luxury and opulence, incorporating materials such as exotic woods, marble, mirrored surfaces, chrome, and glass.

  • We use vibrant and bold colors, creating a striking contrast between the dark walls and ceiling with the bright metals and light marble floor.

  • Lighting plays a crucial role in the revamp of the lobby. Sconces, and table lamps made of glass, chrome, or bronze. These lighting fixtures are designed to create a dramatic and glamorous ambiance.

  • We create mirrored surfaces. We use mirrors to enhance the sense of space and light. Mirrored furniture, walls, and decorative accents reflect light and create an illusion of depth and grandeur.

  • We embraced a modern and industrial aesthetic. It incorporated elements with streamlined forms, machine-like shapes, and the use of materials like metal and glass.

Art-Deco Interior
South Elevation
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