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Roy Lichtenstein’s Studio Preserved in Greenwich Village


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These eyebrow skylights are openings in a new green roof over the late Roy Lichtenstein’s art studio in New York’s Greenwich Village.

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The clients brief for Caliper Studio was to preserve the artist’s studio as he left it.

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Below the skylights, the studios are lit by a generous dollop of light.

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His Pop Art sculptures are arrayed on the new sculpture garden green roof above.

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The 1960s era studio is still the home of his widow, Dorothy Lichtenstein.

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The renovation recreates the youthful joy of the era, when whitewashed brick was first popular, and dwellings were first repurposed from old warehouses and churches.

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Some of the surrounding old buildings in Greenwich village date back several hundred years.

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Within this environment, the artist had made his home.

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References to the quirky irreverence of the Pop Art movement is apparent in the architects’ subtle renovation.

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In a low key way, the architects have succeeded in creating an ode to the humor of Roy Lichtenstein, that’s reminiscent of the whole 1960s.

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