Tavern on the Green

Tavern on the Green

The lighting at the historic Tavern on the Green was designed to embrace a more authentic and classic approach, relying less on layers of technique and flourish. 500 hand-made crystal chandeliers create a canopy of light above the space's courtyard - an ode o the magical feeling of nature wrapped in light made popular by Tavern on the Green over 100 years ago. 

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Richard H. Lewis, John Lee Beatty
Scope: Interior, Exterior, Landscape
Awards: Lumen Award of Merit, AL Light & Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

Tavern on the Green

Tavern on the Green

The lighting at the historic Tavern on the Green was designed to embrace a more authentic and classic approach, relying less on layers of technique and flourish. 500 hand-made crystal chandeliers create a canopy of light above the space's courtyard - an ode o the magical feeling of nature wrapped in light made popular by Tavern on the Green over 100 years ago. 

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Richard H. Lewis, John Lee Beatty
Scope: Interior, Exterior, Landscape
Awards: Lumen Award of Merit, AL Light & Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

Tavern on the Green

Tavern on the Green

The lighting at the historic Tavern on the Green was designed to embrace a more authentic and classic approach, relying less on layers of technique and flourish. 500 hand-made crystal chandeliers create a canopy of light above the space's courtyard - an ode o the magical feeling of nature wrapped in light made popular by Tavern on the Green over 100 years ago. 

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Richard H. Lewis, John Lee Beatty
Scope: Interior, Exterior, Landscape
Awards: Lumen Award of Merit, AL Light & Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

Tavern on the Green

Tavern on the Green

The lighting at the historic Tavern on the Green was designed to embrace a more authentic and classic approach, relying less on layers of technique and flourish. 500 hand-made crystal chandeliers create a canopy of light above the space's courtyard - an ode o the magical feeling of nature wrapped in light made popular by Tavern on the Green over 100 years ago. 

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Richard H. Lewis, John Lee Beatty
Scope: Interior, Exterior, Landscape
Awards: Lumen Award of Merit, AL Light & Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

Tavern on the Green

Tavern on the Green

The lighting at the historic Tavern on the Green was designed to embrace a more authentic and classic approach, relying less on layers of technique and flourish. 500 hand-made crystal chandeliers create a canopy of light above the space's courtyard - an ode o the magical feeling of nature wrapped in light made popular by Tavern on the Green over 100 years ago. 

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Richard H. Lewis, John Lee Beatty
Scope: Interior, Exterior, Landscape
Awards: Lumen Award of Merit, AL Light & Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

Tavern on the Green

Tavern on the Green

The lighting at the historic Tavern on the Green was designed to embrace a more authentic and classic approach, relying less on layers of technique and flourish. 500 hand-made crystal chandeliers create a canopy of light above the space's courtyard - an ode o the magical feeling of nature wrapped in light made popular by Tavern on the Green over 100 years ago. 

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Richard H. Lewis, John Lee Beatty
Scope: Interior, Exterior, Landscape
Awards: Lumen Award of Merit, AL Light & Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: Ryan Fischer

Tavern on the Green

Tavern on the Green

The lighting at the historic Tavern on the Green was designed to embrace a more authentic and classic approach, relying less on layers of technique and flourish. 500 hand-made crystal chandeliers create a canopy of light above the space's courtyard - an ode o the magical feeling of nature wrapped in light made popular by Tavern on the Green over 100 years ago. 

Location: New York, NY
Architect: Richard H. Lewis, John Lee Beatty
Scope: Interior, Exterior, Landscape
Awards: Lumen Award of Merit, AL Light & Architecture Commendable Achievement
Photographer: Ryan Fischer