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Museum opens at historic property

Fotografiska New York, the new destination for photography and culture in the Flatiron District, opened to the public last weekend.

Located at 281 Park Avenue South, the six-floor, 45,000 s/f historic landmark building is home to Fotografiska New York’s multi-concept venue, featuring three floors of exhibition space as well as the soon to be opened restaurant and bar operated by the SSTARR Restaurants and designed by Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors.

CetraRuddy led the design and renovation of the historic property.

Higgins Quasebarth & Partners consulted on the preservation and restoration elements of the edifice, such as the stained glass windows on the second floor and the intricate limestone and granite façade.

Founded in 2010 in Stockholm, Fotografiska is guided by the principle of inspiring a more conscious world through photography.

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