Stockholm-based Fotografiska, co-founded ten years ago by brothers Jan and Per Broman, will be coming to 281 Park Avenue South this Fall. The 45,000 square foot, six-story landmarked building built in 1894 will house a photography and cultural museum with three floors of exhibition space dedicated to rotating presentations of local and international photographers. It is self-described as “an international meeting place where everything revolves around photography.” The second floor of the building will be a restaurant operated by Starr Restaurants. Stephen Starr, a James Beard award winning restauranteur, owns Le Cou Cou, Upland, Clocktower, Morimoto, and La Mercerie in New York, as well as restaurants in Philadelphia, Miami, Washington, D.C., and Paris. The restaurant at 281 Park Avenue South will be designed by Roman and Williams, a 2019 James Beard finalist for Outstanding Restaurant Design. Bernstein Redo, P.C. is proud to be part of the Fotografiska and Starr Restaurants team.