I’m digging into the design for this final Chelsea Market post in this mini-series. As a renovated former factory, the industrial aesthetic works well, and the original details give authenticity to the space.
I especially loved how they used oversized industrial pendant lights as a unifying design. You can see them in these three images and extensively throughout the structure. They added some order to a mishmash of textures.
As I mentioned in the first post, Chelsea Market was a converted Nabisco factory where they invented and made the Oreo Cookie. Notice the painted artwork in the first picture, which might be confusing unless you know the history of the place.
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