The Conrad New York Midtown
New York, United States
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As Architect and Interior Designer, Stonehill Taylor was tasked with transforming the former London New York hotel into the 562-suite Conrad New York Midtown.
Stonehill Taylor-designed suites evoke a private pied-a-terre. They feature luxurious textures and materials in a neutral palette, such as herringbone wood floors, hand tufted wool rugs, leather dining chairs and a sleek coffee table with sculptural brass legs.
The property also features a collection of premium accommodations. Six Sky Suites are modern and sleek, designed as a nod to the nearby Ivy League clubs with a scholarly and well-connected resident in mind. Meanwhile, the Atrium Suite draws inspiration from nearby Central Park. The main living room is housed within a greenhouse-like space with all glass surrounds, revealing stunning views of Manhattan. The 53rd and 54th floors are home to a split-level Penthouse Suite. The space features artwork by Joan Miro, Alexander Calder, and Francoise Gilot.
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