We were on the set of John Wick at our recently completed project, Aire Ancient Baths TriBeCa, to see our design imortilized on the silver screen.  

Among mid-century furniture stores and neighborhood restaurants, in a former textile factory built in 1883, Aire Ancient Baths brings with it a time-honored bathing-beauty culture. The 16,000-square-foot space at Aire—where only 20 people are allowed at a time—is filled with white marble and stone brought from the South of Spain, mainly by boat. Black frame and terra-cotta lanterns from Marrakech proffer warm, flickering light.
— Vogue

Conceived by our chief architect, Ignacio Alonso, Aire Ancient Baths is no stranger to Hollywood, having hosted a number of celebrities and the annual christmas party for the cast of HBO's True Blood.  You should immerse yourself in the tranquil experience at Aire Ancient Bath TriBeCa, but if you can't make it, you're more than likely going to see Keanu Reeve's latest film, after all, it has a staggering 100 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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