This is a ground floor and basement renovation of a landmarked building in New York City’s cast-iron district of SoHo, where art galleries have thrived since the 1960s and 70s. The project meticulously restored the space (which was previously occupied by a label making factory), to create a gallery reminiscent of that time. There is a balance between elements; some of the original details were left as such, including the columns, metal door, ceilings, and floor. Existing high windows on the east wall were modified to add chamfers to the sides and bottom, to reflect into the interior. The restoration was done in gradual stages and phases, progressively accommodating four contemporary exhibitions.