Yancey Richardson Gallery1995
New York, NY1200 sf
The program of this gallery located in Manhattan’s SoHo district actively engages the space using layer and volume beneath a continuous ceiling plan. A palette of white walls, natural wood floors, and veneered cabinetry form a neutral background for the reception, viewing, and working areas of the gallery. The gallery is divided into two distinct areas: a public viewing room and a semi-public administrative area. The semi-public space is visually accessible from the public viewing room and adjoins the administrative area of the gallery. The dealer and her clientele meet in the semi-public area to review perspective sales at a custom designed stainless steel and glass table, which functions as both a conference table and as a light table.