New York, known as the design capital of the United States of America, is the stage to various luxurious projects by some of the top interior designers. Excellence and elegance are the keywords and you’ll see that what’s you’ll find in these incredible projects in New York. Today, we take a look at some of the best and most stunning projects by New York’s top interior designers that you’ll be obsessed with.
The collaboration between Marino and Bulgari isn’t new. This top designer was responsible for the projects of several Bulgari’s Stores around the Planet, but one of his biggest accomplishments during this partnership was the renovation of Bulgari’s flagship store on the iconic New York’s Fifth Avenue. This project presented a powerful challenge to Marino and that’s why he released his full creative vein and produced a stunning end result.
Another recent Project of Marino that produced many Design Highlights was The Getty, an entire building project located on West 24th Street and 10th Avenue. The building designed by Marino consists of the Lehmann Maupin Art Gallery on the ground floor, an Art Foundation above that, and six unique residences with stunning interior architecture and designs also developed by Marino.
One of his biggest and most stunning projects in New York was the redesign of his very own fabulous NYC Penthouse, which Smith renovated with Oscar Shamamian of Ferguson & Shamamian Architects. With a touch of French Classical influence, this Penthouses boosts a Retro and Monarch Style that takes us back to the French Royalty Golden Days and that reminds us of the great Palace of Versailles! With some Jasper’s Fabrics and Furniture to complete the stunning Royal look, this Penthouse is a great example of Royal Opulence with amazing Mirrors and powerful sofas.
Also located in New York is another stunning Penthouse designed by Michael S. Smith that follows the Royal and Vintage Parisian Decor Style. With a lot of Gold and Classic Furniture that it’s mixed with some incredible Jasper Elements, this Penthouse boosts the Perfect Opulent Style! The living room, for instance, is the perfect example of a glamorous royal style. We can see a Moore sculpture in displayed on an 18th-century gilt-wood console from H. M. Luther with a Sicilian-Jasper-veneered top. A pair of Empire fauteuils from Mallett stand beside a Carrara-marble mantel attributed to Sir John Soane, purchased from Chesney’s. The armchairs covered in a silk stripe are by Jonas, and the cocktail table is by Magni Home Collection.
One of the best projects by Ryan Korban was for the Top Fashion brand Balenciaga. Korban designed it’s the stunning flagship store in New York following a Black, Modern and Eclectic Look! He didn’t overlook the optimal use of Marble, one of the Trends of the New Decade, and produced a Store’s Design Spirit that matches the Balenciaga’s fashion statements!
He was also responsible for designing the Edon Manor boutique shop in New York. The eclectic style present in this boutique is simply stunning and transmits the luxury style that this shop’s high-end products transmit! Another stunning project that exemplifies Korban’s unique sense of style and love for fashion!
The group has won quite a few awards in the recent years and it’s superb projects have been featured on some of the Best Design Magazines in the World! But let’s highlight a few of this Group’s Top Projects. And let us start with one of the Most Minimalists of the Group. Recently, Hotel brand Yotel has opened a flagship branch in New York’s Times Square, where visitors check in at computerized kiosks while their luggage is stored or retrieved by a giant robotic arm. Rockwell Group designed this Top and Modern Hotel and the end result is less Luxurious then some of Rockwell’s project, but equally stunning!
Another recent Rockwell Project within the Hotel Industry was the Moxy Chelsea! This hotel’s restaurant, lounge, and rooftop have been conceived as places of discovery, surprise, and rejuvenation by a specialized Contract Team of the Rockwell Group. Tucked into the bustle of Manhattan’s historic Flower District, guests encounter a botanically inspired design and crafted romance seen through a thoroughly modern lens. A stunning example of an Elegant and Simple Hotel Design.
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