Rosenberg & Steibel Gallery
In 1990, Acheson Doyle Partners designed an 8,000 sf, two-level gallery for NYC’s oldest commercial Old Masters gallery, Rosenberg & Stiebel, at 32 East 57th Street in Manhattan. The gallery specialized in 15th-19th Century European art and also featured a small, adjacent modern gallery. ADP created an “Old World” ambience of traditional architectural details, such as paneled doors and elaborate moldings. Larger galleries with smaller viewing rooms for “treasures” were organized around a two-level library and archives center detailed in rich cherry paneling. In 2000, the world-renowned Rosenberg & Stiebel Gallery closed after 50 years of presenting Old Masters works to the public.