Interior designers can really be passionate about their work, creating spaces through pure inspiration. So today we are going to show you the New York Luxury Palace new look by Christina Hart. Enjoy!
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Designing a hotel interior can be very stimulating, and that was certainly the case for Christina Hart, when she redesigned of three suites, a semiprivate lounge, and a bar at the New York Palace.
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One of the city’s most renowned properties, the Midtown hotel incorporates the landmarked houses completed by Stanford White of McKim, Mead & White in 1884 for railroad baron Henry Villard.
Hart & Co.—a team that began the Palace project as part BBG-BBGM and finished at HOK, where Hart became senior principal, director of hospitality interior design—handled master-planning for all the public spaces, overseeing four other firms.
Hart’s enthusiasm for the assignment didn’t mean there wasn’t an intimidation factor to overcome. “How do you make it different without destroying its core essence? We had to stretch ourselves to find the answer.”
There was certainly room for bold strokes in the suites, high up in the 1980 tower that Emery Roth & Sons built above the Villard houses. Reached by private elevator entrances, both are triplexes of more than 4,000 square feet, with 15-foot-tall windows. Both also feature terraces with to-die-for skyline views.
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