60 State Street
Back Lit Onyx Stone
Unique Light Details
High-Gloss fabric reflective ceiling to bounce light and give illusion of much higher space
Warm tones and lighting enhancements create a contemporary expression that highlights the distinctive form and marks location of this lobby. Originally designed in 1977 by renowned architects Skidmore Owings & Merrill, 60 State Street’s unique 45-degree angular shape creates an equally unique shaped lobby. With low ceiling heights and limited access to natural light, the lobby presented a challenge to Equity Office in securing and retaining tenancy.
Through the use of a semi-reflective ceiling and floor material, higher luminance levels and a backlit honey onyx feature wall, the new lobby is reminiscent of the warmth and tonality of a desert oasis.
A new security desk and complimentary stone create a welcoming hospitality-like arrival for tenants and guests. A new glass entry with taller glass storefront windows allows natural light to filter deep into the space, while the new stainless steel canopy with lit signage adds a contemporary entry to this late-70s building.
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