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A Curated Multiuse Space Arrives in Tribeca

Felicia Hung and Nick Ozemba—the founders of lighting brand In Common With—have unveiled Quarters, a multifaceted space that occupies 8,000 square feet of a historic 19th-century loft in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood.

quarters by in common with tribeca new york multiuse space community gathering and concept store bathroomA fusion of warmth and grandeur, whimsy and irreverence, Quarters is both a concept store and community gathering space styled as a residence. Inspired by Tribeca’s rich artistic history—and by the participatory spirit of 1960s ad hoc art spaces—Quarters shifts between the expected and unexpected, a curated space and one that’s improvisational.

In addition to a bedroom, kitchen, and dining room, Quarters will host installations, dinner parties, and other special events in its bar, lounge, library, and great room.

A design birthed from collaboration

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Each room is furnished exclusively with pieces designed or curated by Ozemba, Hung, and their peers.

Visitors can view and shop everything on display, including the entirety of In Common With’s lighting collection, meticulously sourced and restored vintage furnishings, and décor created in collaboration with artists like Sophie Lou Jacobsen and Danny Kaplan.

The spatial embodiment of Ozemba and Hung’s design ethos, Quarters is characterized not by a single movement, look, or genre but by the act of collaborating itself—the space is defined by those whose work is represented within its walls.

Artist Claudio Bonuglia, for instance, lent his brushstroke to the sprawling fresco framing the bar, while a century-old tile factory served as a partner for a series of geometric-patterned tiles designed in collaboration with artist Shane Gabier.

Hung and Ozemba combine elements of long-familiar spaces—the traditional showroom, the well-appointed shop, the expertly curated gallery—to craft a novel experience designed to inspire and continuously evolve.

Quarters debuts with new product collection

The opening of Quarters also marks the launch of a collection of furniture, lighting, and decorative accessories rooted in old-world craft. Among the offerings is Hung and Ozemba’s first-ever series of wood furniture featuring handpainted trompe-l’oeil surfaces and customizable inlaid iconography.

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