Project name
Brooklyn Children's Museum Auditorium
Project location
Brooklyn, Kings County, NY, United States
Architectural project
Studio Joseph
Brooklyn Children's Museum
Italinteriors Contract
Lamm furniture
C100 auditorium armchair
Alex Fradkin
A colourful, joyful, attractive venue for children and functions that bring new energy to the community. We are talking about the Brooklyn Children’s Museum in New York, redesigned and expanded in 2008 by renowned architectural firm Rafael Viñoly Architects. Vibrant interiors also for the recently completed auditorium, designed by New York-based Studio Joseph. There is also a playful feel to the auditorium thanks to the sophisticated colours of the C100 armchairs finishes, which liven up the bright white ambience. Maximum user comfort: the backrests can be tilted at different angles to guarantee excellent visibility. For the fixed armchairs in the stalls, arranged in straight rows on tiers (centre to centre distance 56 cm), the padded version with shared armrests and burgundy-coloured fabric upholstery was chosen. Below the balcony, the black fabric seats blend in with the dark colour of the finishes. Low backrest for the free-standing version, also in the black and burgundy colours.