The Pool Lounge
New York's premiere event space since 1959. By Major Food Group.
Built in 1959 and restored in 2016, The Seagram Building is one of just 117 interior landmarks in New York City. 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.
- Proof of vaccination required - All staff is vaccinated - Staff is required to wear masks - All staff required to stay home and get tested if they are sick or have had any potential exposure to Covid-19
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