Client: Lower East Side Tenement Museum
Architect: Perkins Eastman
The new Tenement Museum Visitor and Education Center at the corner of Orchard and Delancey streets offers 10,000 square feet of additional space, including classrooms, a screening room and gallery space.
Working closely with Tenement Museum Staff and Perkins Eastman Architects, Milder Office created unique retail fixtures that maximize display space while providing ample storage. Several units are mobile allowing the staff to easily re configure the floor layout.
Milder Office first furnished the Tenement Museum’s offices in 2003, working with Standard Architects, and we have continued to support organization’s furniture needs through several expansions. Our furniture is reconfigurable, and we have worked with staff to modify existing furniture to support re-use over many years.
Pyramid shaped mobile bookcase
Closed back storage. Grid can be customized to your merchandise needs
Mobile storage with adjustable shelves, open to both sides
Closed back storage with doors and drawers
Closed back storage with adjustable shelves for changing retail displays
Custom book carts with angles book display (facing to street)