In the Milk Studios Building in the Meat Packing district in New York continuous windows overlook the High Line park and the Hudson River.


The showroom space is a very large open area, the quintessential New York loft, with polished concrete floors, artisan plastered walls and two big volumes covered in natural “vacchetta” leather facing each other. The central zone ends with a walnut travertine raised platform that puts the visitor at the level of the windows. One side of the platform is flanked by a white calacatta marble bar and a sophisticated display kitchen in walnut travertine.


The Tod’s administrative offices, behind the showroom is marked by low walls of high gloss lacquer cabinets with black American walnut desks. Along the perimeter a glass wall and floor to ceilings walnut doors enclose the executive offices.


© Photos by Paul Warchol