In upgrading the units and common spaces, RDM was committed to preserving the classical style, says Corey Zussman, an in-house architect with RDM who worked on the rehab with a team of designers.
The elevators are a case in point. Zussman guessed that the most recent renovation had taken place in the ’60s: the walls were covered in plastic laminate and the ceilings were mirrored. RDM replaced these finishes with wood paneling reminiscent of the ’20s.
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