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The Conrad New York Midtown

Design Practice:

Stonehill Taylor

Project Title:

The Conrad New York Midtown

Project Location:

New York, United States

Design Practice Location:

New York, United States

All project descriptions are provided by SBID Awards entrants.

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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