Fashion school gives old building a make over

February 01, 2010 |

 A new art facility

A new art facility for LIM, the College for the Business of Fashion, in midtown Manhattan is the result of a gut renovation of a six-story townhouse-school built in 1880. The new facility will continue LIM's mission of educating undergraduates on the business side of fashion. Architecture firm Butler Rogers Baskett transformed the old building's claustrophobic layout into a modern, multifunctional facility with wide-open spaces for lectures, fashion shows, and industry social events.

 

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