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The international acclaimed architecture and interior design firm Yabu Pushelberg has completed the interiors for the Four Seasons New York Downtown. The top interior designers are applauded for the finest hotel projects around the world – Take a look at these amazing selection we bring you today!
The Four Seasons New York Downtown is housed in a tower also known as 30 Park Place, completed by American architect Robert A. M. Stern in 2016. The 185-room luxury hotel is located on the lower floors, with 157 private residences accommodated on top.
Yabu Pushelberg was invited to create the hotel interior design for the three lowest levels that hold the guest amenities, and the hotel bedrooms above. For the iconic Four Seasons New York Downtown, the design duo used dark wood in the public spaces and soft colours in the guest rooms.
The hotel interior design has its own astounding entrance on the ground floor, where visitors enter through a pair of giant glass doors. On the same floor you have: the lobby and a business centre, which are separated into a series of smaller spaces that include lounges and a coffee bar.
“Diverting from a more traditional layout, asymmetry is embraced, and provides a reoccurring theme throughout the Four Seasons New York Downtown,” said Yabu Pushelberg. “Breaking up a harder architectural shell, furnishings, custom rugs and accessories in muted jewel tones soften the overall space.”
The studio chose dark wood to panel walls and columns, which is softened by lighter upholstery and travertine stone flooring. The duo of top interior designers created a bespoke desk formed from horizontal layers of stone sits in front of tall lavender-coloured curtains.
“In the ballroom, a sculptural installation forms a canopy of light, a loose interpretation of a tree canopy, above a custom carpet pattern that suggests shadows below,” said Yabu Pushelberg.
Typical bedrooms also feature soft hues, used across furniture pieces, patterned carpets, and textured fabrics. “The standard room combines a sense of entry, a layering of architectural elements and exclusive design furniture to provide a warm, residential quality”.