ICE Building Stairs
New York, NY

The interior feature stair, part of the renovation of the ICE building in midtown Manhattan, is made up of fiberglass cladding on a two-flight steel staircase, mixing organic curves with airiness and elegance.

Facts & Figures
  • The flights had to accommodate different floor-to-ceiling heights
  • Project literally started as a sketch on a napkin
Our Role

This project’s inception was literally a sketch on a napkin. Our role involved collaborating with the architect to turn that sketch into a 3D model, tweak the design to suit the space for which the staircase was intended and fill in all the details of curvature, lighting, cladding and more.

Park Avenue Plaza, 55 east 52nd street.
A Feature Walters Project
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