A dream realized, a project we have been working on for a long time that now unveils its meticulous details. Many of you are surely acquainted with the renowned Frick Collection, the museum-house located at the beginning of Manhattan’s illustrious Museum Mile, right in front of Central Park, at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and 70th Street. The museum houses some of the most important masterpieces of European painting, including works by artists such as Piero della Francesca, Rembrandt, Titian, Gianlorenzo Bernini, Jan Vermeer, Velazquez, Goya, and many other luminaries.
The Frik Collection is currently undergoing a meticulous refurbishment and TIA is honoured and excited to be involved in the flooring, cladding, and staircase renovation. The materials chosen in collaboration with the architects are mainly classic Italian marbles such as Botticino, Breccia Aurora and Nembro Rosato. These marbles, with their great charm, combine perfectly and guarantee superlative results.
In the photos you can find some previews of the whole project: from the dry-lay of the floors to the detail of the staircase. We can only let you imagine the marvel that awaits. Stay tuned for the final result!