25 Orange and Black Interiors

To celebrate Halloween, we round up our best orange and black interiors from our Instagram feed.

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Regram @galeriemagazine . . . When it was unveiled in 1931, the elaborate mosaic-clad lobby of Irving Trust Co. at 1 Wall Street, an Art Deco skyscraper designed by architect Ralph Walker, was one of Manhattan’s most unusual interior gems. The Red Room, created by artisan Hildreth Meière, was sheathed in a dazzling pattern of orange and oxblood glass tiles, and laced with a web of gold and bronze lines. Closed to the public since 2001, the 9,000-square-foot mosaic underwent a $1-million restoration last year spearheaded by developer Harry Macklowe, who is converting the upper floors into coveted residences. ???? by @hedtk; text by @geoffmontes. See more photos of the stunning restoration at galeriemag.com. #galeriemagazine #redroom #architecture #thisplacematters #restoration #mosaic #liveartfully

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EnTrust Capital’s New York headquarters successfully transcends the traditional cubicle-and-carpet office configuration. Curved snow-white Corian workstations, swirly ceiling panels of mirror-polished stainless steel, tinted micro-topped concrete flooring, and walls paneled in orange polyester-resin lacquer all unite to form an unforgettable office that pushes design boundaries, and then some. Gensler was commissioned to oversee the office’s expansion and thus designed a breathtaking quartz spiral staircase that flows into the floor below, making the new space feel just as important and artful as the original. Lindsey Adelman’s powder-coated orange hanging fixture both dangles and cascades down the center, serving as a bold and dramatic focal point. Photography by Chris Leonard. #architecture #design #interiordesign #interiors #office #staircase @gensler_design @lindseyadelman

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