For private events such as weddings, corporate, or plain gatherings, the Whittemore Banquet Hall is ready to accept up to 180 people. With its distinct pickled wood and wood trusses it was reconfigured as a unique space for any event. Equipped with a private set up room or bridal suite function and newly renovated bathrooms, the space also features large chandeliers throughout the flexible areas.
The Food Market is a hybrid gourmet deli, specialty coffee house and upscale pastry shop all in one. Artisanal delicacies and intricate sweet creations are being on display next to selected cooking accessories, that complement the offering in a clean, modern, yet warm and inviting environment.
The focus of the center’s dining room renovations was to create a homelike environment. One filled with natural wood tones, soft neutral color palettes, flower filled planters, and imagery of landscapes. The idea that the way a space looks can instrumentally impact the way in which a space functions is evident in the re-design of the bathing suites.
New York, NY
The Executive Center at 600 Lexington Avenue in Midtown Manhattan will be an upscale, multi-use space for tenants to host large groups of people whether for board meetings, large presentations, or other special events. This functional shared space encourages collaboration, innovation, and community within the building and allows for companies to have the ability to host larger groups of people outside of their own office.
New York, NY
Designed as an upscale building amenity, the new Fitness Suite at 600 Lexington Avenue in Midtown Manhattan will offer a state-of the art gym, yoga studio with barre and spa-like locker rooms to its tenants. Envisioned as a retreat from busy city life and inspired by nature, the new gym aspires to motivate with a drastic change of scenery from the regular day at the office.
Looking to make a significant change in the lives of their residents, The New Jewish Home hired Tobin Parnes Design to provide interior design services for the conversion of their older institutional layout into new, more residential small house settings based on Green House principles. Working alongside the project architect, Tobin Parnes looked to support both the operational culture change as well as a nurturing environment for the residents through a welcoming and recognizable homelike setting.