Gabellini Sheppard Returns for Rainbow Room and SixtyFive

At the club, chairs covered in leather and banquettes upholstered in a viscose-wool blend serve tables topped in mother-of-pearl. All are custom. Photography by Paul Warchol.

A ceiling of glass-reinforced gypsum-board caps SixtyFive, a private lunch club and cocktail bar that has joined the Rainbow Room at Midtown’s Rockefeller Center. Gabellini Sheppard Associates designed both venues, plus a connecting gallery. Photography by Paul Warchol.

Patinated aluminum leaf surfaces gallery walls and part of the ceiling. Photography by Paul Warchol.

Antiqued bronze clads a pier punctuating the club’s windows, heightened to 8 ¼ feet. Photography by Paul Warchol.

Custom panels of tempered, laminated glass are identical to those Gabellini Sheppard used in 2005 for the Top of the Rock observation deck. Photography by Paul Warchol.

Above the gallery’s rosewood wainscot­ing, Canadian marble lines the walls. Photography by Paul Warchol.

An acoustical ceiling system, its panels coated with a seamless textured finish, appears in all three spaces. Photography by Paul Warchol.

Custom carpet is wool-nylon in the ladies’ room lounge. Photography by Paul Warchol.

Marble in the unisex restroom is Italian. Photography by Paul Warchol.

Tinted mirror lines the staircase to the restaurant’s mezzanine. Photography by Paul Warchol.

The revolving dance floor has been re-created, with an enlarged pattern, in rosewood, teak, and wengé. Photography by Paul Warchol.

Original crystal sconces in the restaurant were restored. Photography by Paul Warchol.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Photography by Paul Warchol.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Photography by Paul Warchol.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Photography by Paul Warchol.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Photography by Paul Warchol.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Photography by Paul Warchol.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Photography by Paul Warchol.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Photography by Paul Warchol.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Photography by Paul Warchol.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Photography by Paul Warchol.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Photography by Paul Warchol.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Photography by Paul Warchol.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Photography by Paul Warchol.

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