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The most beautiful interiors in New York City, mapped

Curbed // Jul 11, 2017

2: One Wall Street

The Art Deco gem One Wall Street was designed by Ralph Walker and originally completed in 1931; it’s best known for its glorious interiors, including the Red Room(pictured) and a 49th-floor Observation Room. As part of its conversion from a commercial building into residences and ground-floor retail, the gorgeous Red Room will remain as it is. Hildreth Meière, a muralist who also worked on St. Bartholomew’s Church and Radio City Music Hall, created the space’s gorgeous tile mosaic walls and ceiling, done primarily in scarlet but with lovely gold accents.

Original Article: Curbed