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Vacation spot Design travels (nearly) to New York Metropolis this week for a keep at Lodge Americano, situated among the many artwork galleries of Chelsea. Owned by Grupo Habita, which T Journal referred to as “Mexico’s boutique lodge pioneer within the Ian Schrager mould,” it’s the corporate’s first foray into the States.
Mexican architect Enrique Norten of TEN Arquitectos, who constructed the group’s first property in Mexico Metropolis, designed the ten-story glass constructing clad in metallic mesh. There are fifty six rooms, and consistent with the neighborhood’s artsy vibe, the texture is upscale hipster grit, as you might have guessed by the barefoot bearded dude within the photograph above. Arnaud Montigny of French agency MCH, recognized for designing Parisian boutique Colette, designed the interiors.
Uptown Studio rest room and sitting space
A scrim of commercial metal mesh sheaths the lodge’s exterior.
Uptown Queen room
Uptown queen room
The Americano eating room
The Americano patio eating
The Americano cafe
La Piscine, surrounded by cabanas and daybeds, on the roof
Bento field breakfast
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What: Lodge AmericanoWhere: 518 West twenty seventh Road, New York Metropolis How a lot: $325-$750 Highlights: Rooftop pool, eating, bar, and grill. An exterior elevator ferries restaurant patrons from the road straight as much as the roof. Design draw: Visitor rooms function Kengo Kuma-fashion, virtually-on-the-floor platform beds and black vinyl Zanotta bean bag chairs. Denim bathrobes by Loden Dager cling within the rest room (the employees additionally wears Loden Dager designs) and there are iPads loaded with music and the lodge’s personal metropolis information.Guide it: [email protected]
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