48 Walker Street
New York, NY
Size: 3,700 sf ground floor & 3,500 sf lower level
One of the first major galleries to relocate from Chelsea to the new Tribeca art scene, this street level space is the fourth gallery HS2 Architecture has designed for James Cohan. The new gallery is the combination of two former retail spaces and great effort was made to design clean modern exhibition spaces that contrast with the original details of this Soho loft building. Entering the reception space from the street, you pass through a small gallery and the main gallery. Off of the main gallery is a lounge with library, executive staff area highlighted by an exposed brick building wall, original skylight and tin ceilings, and an intimate viewing room. A steel stair leads to the lower-level office and art storage spaces, which have been stripped back to expose the original brick arches.
ABS Engineering, PLLC
Integrated Project Delivery Partners, Inc. (IPD Partners)
Tirschwell & Co., Inc.
Gross and Daley Photography