The exhibit "Palaces for the People: Guastavino and the Art of Structural Tile", designed by C&G Partners for the Museum of the City of New York , opened to the public this week. Local news channel NY1 profiled the story, the show and the curators on a piece that ran today. Guastavino ceilings are a feature of a surprising number of New York City's greatest public spaces. C&G has designed the Guastavino traveling exhibit in all three venues so far, including the Boston Public Library and National Building Museum , in addition to the Museum of the City of New York . The firm also created the website for the project, palacesforthepeople.com , which includes an interactive map of Guastavino construction projects around the world. See more about the exhibit, and the great Museum of the City of New York, here . Read the NY1 report here . See more about our past work for the Guastavino traveling exhibit at its previous venues here . Coming soon: a deeper illustrated profile of the firm's work on the project overall. Congratulations to the Museum of the City of New York on a great opening!