Aeshetic Movement Design (AM Design) New York Our NYC showroom is located in historic Long Island City, Queens. We occupy a 7,500-square-foot renovated loft on the top floor of a former cigar factory, located steps away from Socrates Sculpture Park and the Noguchi Museum, and in the neighborhood of the Fisher Landau Center for Art, the Museum of the Moving Image, and PS1.
Restored Warehouses Where You Can Tie the Knot - Built in 1907 for use by the Stetson-Ross Manufacturing Company, which created woodworking tools for ships, Sodo Park is directly tied to the original building, and still reflects those roots today: The factory floor is now the venue’s dining room, while the coat-check space was originally used as a vault for Stetson-Ross. SoDo Park, short for “South of Downtown,” is nestled in the heart of Seattle’s historic district.
Restored Warehouses Where You Can Tie the Knot - Mile High Station dates to 1897, when the landmark employed hundreds of local ironworkers and craftsmen who built and shipped large-scale ship sections to the U.S. Navy during World War II. The structure’s steel beams and exposed brick are true to the original architecture, while the outdoor patios, chandeliers, and indoor wrap-around mezzanine provide some factory glamour.
Restored Warehouses Where You Can Tie the Knot - Originally built in 1880 as a forge and foundry for steel railway wheels (later housing a glue factory until the 1980s), the building has since been stripped down to its architectural bones: industrial windows, brick walls, terra-cotta ceiling tiles and an intricate steel truss system. The Basilica Hudson hosts, in addition to weddings, public programs including large-scale music, art, and community gatherings.