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By: Meredith Cohen
A Park Avenue building around the corner from our office is under renovation but at first glance you wouldn’t know it. The building’s façade – from street level to roof – is draped in fabric, printed with a window pattern. The detailing and shadow on the printed fabric tricks the eye into thinking you’re looking at a real building. This is a great method to conceal undesirable construction, while using printed materials to liven up an otherwise boring city block.

By: Meredith Cohen

A Park Avenue building around the corner from our office is under renovation but at first glance you wouldn’t know it. The building’s façade – from street level to roof – is draped in fabric, printed with a window pattern. The detailing and shadow on the printed fabric tricks the eye into thinking you’re looking at a real building. This is a great method to conceal undesirable construction, while using printed materials to liven up an otherwise boring city block.