The restoration of the Loew’s Metropolitan Theater for the Brooklyn Tabernacle is the recipient of both a Lucy Moses Preservation Award from the NY Landmarks Conservancy and a Brooklyn Builds Award for Community Facilities. The theater is designed to accommodate a 250-voice choir with full audio and video recording capability. The design also features a rehearsal space for the choir and a full audio/video production suite. Much of the ornamental detail was created using photos and remnants of old pieces.
We integrated new mechanical and electrical systems into the badly neglected historic interior and added theatrical lighting systems and audio/video production capabilities into the fabric of the existing building.