A Vestige of the Industrial Past 


While the vast space could have easily ended up feeling cold and cavernous, the industrial concrete box is surprisingly warm, even cozy, with rearrangeable room dividers, intimate seating areas and glowing pink and red lighting. Sixteen hand-carved 17th-century doors from Jaipur create passageways through the space. There’s also a rail running through the floor—a vestige of its industrial past—and everything is on wheels: custom tables and comfortable chairs all roll smoothly over the bare cement floor.