Loft & Garden, Rockefeller Centre, 620 5th Avenue New York
Rejigit applauds this magnificent example of what can be done with a roof top space. In every city worldwide, most roof spaces are totally wasted and could and should be utilised for many purposes including gardens etc. The Willis Building in Ipswich, England is another fine example of what can be done in the event there is architectural inspiration and flair.
New York’s Loft & Garden features extraordinary views of Fifth Avenue and St. Patrick’s Cathedral from a manicured historic garden complete with reflective pool and fountain. The private, customizable indoor / outdoor space can accommodate 165 guests for a reception and 120 for a seated meal.
Guests are able to enjoy the outdoor garden in any season. An interior section is flooded with natural light from wall-to-wall windows overlooking the Prometheus statue, Rockefeller Plaza and the marquee of Radio City Music Hall.