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. See more about our past work for the Guastavino traveling exhibit at its previous venues. 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!