iconic events and unforgettable moments in NYC’s most storied setting
Built in 1959 and restored in 2016, The Seagram Building is one of just 117 interior landmarks in New York City, and the only interior landmark space. Lovingly restored and lavishly refurbished, Philip Johnson’s awe-inspiring 1959 interiors are glowing again. Restoration architect Annabelle Selldorf worked within strict requirements to rejuvenate every corner of Johnson’s masterpiece, from glass walls to steel beams, to the ceiling’s complex recessed lighting fixtures. The refreshed lighting system was designed by the world’s premier lighting designer, Hervé Descottes of L’Observatoire International.
Richard Lippold’s breathtaking, seemingly weightless ceiling sculpture still occupies pride of place in the dining room. Sought-after designer William T. Georgis oversaw the reimagining of interior elements. Marie Nicols’ beloved original chain curtains, made of looped aluminum in gold, brass and bronze, have been painstakingly cleaned and restored. A spectacle on their own, they undulate and shimmer in the light.
Transformable spaces, transformative events
- The Pool 200 seated, 180 with dancing
- The Pool Club 80 seated, 125 reception style
- The Pool & the pool club 450 reception style
- The Grill 120 seated, 250 reception style
- The Gallery 22 seated
- The Salon 16 seated
our partners make
your dream event
Floral & Design
David Beahm Experiences
Ron Wendt Design
Ed Libby & Co.
On the Move Events & Entertainment
Hank Lane Music
Lighting & Audio Visual
Bentley Meeker Lighting & Staging
Roey Yohai Studio
5th Avenue Digital Photo
Fred Marcus Studio
Ellen Weldon Design
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