I. Miller Building Historic Façade Restoration

New York, New York
United States

Designated a National Historic Landmark in New York City, conservation of the south façade was a critical objective — this included beautifully carved golden niches that house statues of 1920s leading actresses Ethel Barrymore, Marilyn Miller, Mary Pickford, and Rosa Ponselle.

Updates to the architectural lighting design required integration into cornices and niches, in order to be hidden and maintain the integrity of the original architectural scheme. Lighting accents the building cornice with continuous linear LED wallwashers. A combination of narrow LED grazers and CMH spotlights focus on the restored marble and terra cotta windows, creating a “lively” dimensional façade.

  • Architectural Lighting
  • Historic Renovation
  • TPG Architecture
  • Paul Warchol Photography