Studio Sofield has completed the interiors of the Steinway Tower, which was designed by SHoP Architects. The studio also designed the adjoining Steinway Hall, connected to the 435-metre-tall skyscraper.
The 91-storey building is the skinniest in the world and the second tallest in the Western Hemisphere. The tower has 46 residences and an array of facilities including a swimming pool and a bar.
“While celebrating the vibrancy of today, I am a historian by nature and sought to honor and evoke the splendor of our city’s gilded age,” said Studio Sofield founder William Sofield.
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