Lincoln Center: David Geffen Hall

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Sheer curtains wrap the perimeter of the 12,000-square-foot space, evoking orchestral materials with slender metallic trimmings, imbuing humanity into the space.
-The Washington Post

Lincoln Center: David Geffen Hall
Lead designer:
Erik Bruce
New York
Project year:
Lincoln Center

The newly renovated David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center has been reconfigured to inject new life into the building's public spaces. Designed to be experienced inside and out, vivid colors, patterns and textures mirror the spirit and vibrancy of performance. Erik Bruce partnered with Creation Baumann/Carnegie to create glittering, mega-scale S-fold curtains which open up the floor plan of the Grand Promenade, adding elements of glamour and comfort to the space.

Interior Design & Architect: Tod Williams Billie Tsien
Photography: Elena Grey