completed in august 2020, 550 bourke street lobby is now reimagined

The project delivered a dramatically improved street frontage along with an exceptional new entrance and a fully upgraded lobby featuring contemporary finishes.

As part of the refurbishment feature artwork by New York artist Miranda Lichtenstein has been incorporated to create a distinctive core space with an exciting, modern appeal.

Manufactured by American textile company Maharam, the Ito Wallpaper creates a distinctive space with an exciting, modern appeal, translating Miranda’s work into a wall-size installation.
 

Using photographs taken when residing in the fishing town of Ito-Japan as foundation, Lichtenstein shaped a moment between photography and painting. Still-life arrangements placed against a backdrop of handmade Japanese washi paper and Mylar (reflective polyester film). The result: a shift between abstract patterns and traditional stills, focused and distorted areas in a single pane.
 

About Miranda Lichtenstein

Born 1969- NYC. NYC based artist.  Miranda has had several of her collections featured in museums and galleries.  Receiving a BA (Bachelor of Arts) from Sarah Lawrence College and MFA (Master of fine arts) from the California Institute.

A long list of solo and group exhibitions, her latest exhibition: 2020- Dance Serpentine (double and retracted) RL Window, Ryan Lee Gallery- NYC.
 

More Information & Feedback

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