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You’re Invited: ILevel Studio Staff Show

When we hire our staff at ILevel, one of the things that we look for is a true passion for art. Besides being skilled at handling, hanging, and installing art, our team members are all incredibly talented when it comes to creating art, too.

So we figured what better way to put on our next studio art show than to tap our artists-in-residence? From February 15 through March 31, we’ll host “Finding Center,” an exhibit of paintings, photography, sculpture, and more, from more than a dozen of our team members.

Our staff artists include Alan Fleming, Andrew Smenos, Anthony Carpenter, Chris Deo, David Grois, David Kassel, David Stern, Jack Stadtlander, Jeff DiRaimo, Jon Rosenblum, Lyle Starr, Oliver Terry, Patrick Resing, and Scott Wilson.

An opening reception will be held on Wednesday, February 15th, from 6 pm to 8 pm at ILevel Studio (37 East 7th Street).


ILevel Project Spotlight: Residential Art Installation Featured in Elle Decor

The latest issue of Elle Decor features one of our favorite residential projects we’ve worked on to date, the Manhattan apartment of Kate and Alexander Brodsky, and their two children. It was especially fun to work with the Brodskys since, as the daughter of a well-known decorator and the owner of Manhattan home shop KRB, Kate decorated the space herself. The final product displayed in the pages of Elle Decor is part Park Avenue Posh, part creative whimsy, and pure elegance and style.

In the dining area, we hung a large statement piece by artist Janaina Tschäpe on the wallpapered wall.

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In the girls’ room, black-and-white photography tempered a bubblegum pink palette.

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The living room became a showplace for the couple’s art collection, which covered each wall of the space.

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Though we didn’t work on the couple’s kitchen, we had to share a photo since the space is simply stunning, and so unique.

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Beautiful, no? Read the entire article and see the rest of the space in this month’s issue of Elle Decor, or view it online here.


Hanging Art in the Tory Burch Manhattan Headquarters

We’re lucky to get to work with a lot of amazing people. And while we don’t typically disclose the names of our high-profile clients for privacy’s sake, we recently spotted pictures of our work in Tory Burch’s amazing headquarters in Architectural Digest, and it was too cool not to share! 

The space is absolutely stunning. Chic, bright, beautiful, and like nothing else you’ve ever seen before, just like Tory and her clothes. We were called in to hang a variety of mirrors, plates and art throughout the space. 

The first area is the main lobby of the office. The walls are lacquered her signature orange, and mirrored and metallic furniture reflect light everywhere. We hung about a dozen sunburst-style mirrors to create a gallery wall behind the reception desk.


The second space is the waiting room in the office. Again, we hung a selection of stardust mirrors around the room, but this time on a (gorgeous!) black lacquered wall. 


Below is her personal office, which is immaculate. We hung the blue-and-white porcelain plates on the wall of the sitting area in the space. 


Check out the rest of the story, here