Radio City Music Hall
To restore Radio City Music Hall's historic 1932 interior, John Canning Co. applied over 180,000 square feet of metal leaf and glazes to surfaces throughout the building.
Historic finishes investigation; multiple varieties of metal leaf gilding; glazing; toning
John Canning Co. restored the 1932 gilded finishes at the historic Radio City Music Hall.
Using aluminum leaf, Dutch metal leaf, copper leaf, and gold leaf, Cannning Co. gilded, then glazed over 90,000 square feet of surfaces throughout the building, including the Grand Foyer, Orchestra Level, Mezzanine Levels, Basement, and Smokers’ Lounge.
The project was completed in 11 weeks, well ahead of schedule.
Location: New York, NY
Architect: Edward Durell Stone
Style: Art Deco