As guests enter the suite, they are met with a striking series of floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the grand parlor with natural light, while offering breathtaking views of Midtown Manhattan.
The distinct colors of champagne varietals inspired the design of the second floor. Influenced by the refreshing Chardonnay grape, the décor of the master bedroom suite features a palette of ecru, cream and amber tones. This scheme continues into the suite’s lavish master bathroom, where guests can pamper themselves in the large walk-in shower or indulgent soaking tub. The guest bedroom suite draws inspiration from the more intense notes of a Pinot Noir, with glistening rose-tinted silvers that aerate warm copper and deep red accents.
Guests are encouraged to take advantage of the oversized outdoor terrace, which is ideal for enjoying unobstructed views of the city below.
Since its unveiling, the space has been in high demand, rented out for weeks and even months at a time by individuals who expect this level of unparalleled luxury.
4,620 sq. ft. / 429 sq. m.
New York Design Awards – Interior Design, Hospitality, Gold Award
10 November 2015
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