Designed by global architecture, design, engineering and planning firm HOK, the 42 new suites are specifically designed and structured to emphasize the unparalleled views from the property’s location in the heart of Manhattan’s Columbus Circle.
HONG KONG – Mandarin Oriental, New York, an award-winning hotel celebrated for its style and sophistication, is delighted to announce the launch of its 42 restyled one-and two-bedroom suites in Summer 2015. Overlooking Central Park, the Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline, each suite reflects New York life through the course of a day celebrating the city’s sunrise, dusk and nights.
Designed by global architecture, design, engineering and planning firm HOK, the 42 new suites are specifically designed and structured to emphasize the unparalleled views from the property’s location in the heart of Manhattan’s Columbus Circle. Situated on the corners of each guest floor, the restyled suites blend a modern interpretation of Mandarin Oriental’s Asian flair with a luxurious, residential aesthetic commemorating three unique themes and color palettes – New York Sunrise, New York Dusk and New York Nights.
A distinctive art program celebrating the hotel’s home in New York City is a focal point in each suite and is displayed to evoke the feeling of a gallery space. Curated by Rare Culture, the suites feature original works by emerging New York-based and New York-inspired artists that complement each suite’s overall theme.
New York Sunrise: Central Park View Suite
Featuring views of Central Park and the Hudson River, the 820 square-foot Central Park View Suite has been designed to reflect the quiet hours of New York mornings with vivid hues of scarlet, orange and yellow. The vibrant palette is paired with abstract paintings, including Speakith by Per Johannson and Street Scene by New York-based artist Steve Wasterval.
New York Dusk: Hudson River View Suite
Featuring shades of teal to reflect the waters of the Hudson, the 800 square-foot Hudson River View Suite offers a serene respite from the energetic scene of the city during the rush of late afternoon. The suite’s theme is brought to life with Steve Wasterval’s Perrier and Emmanuel Frangeul’s Crowds which capture the momentum of New Yorkers during their daily commute.
New York Nights: Premier Central Park View Suite
With panoramic views of Central Park and the glittering city skyline, the 800 square-foot one-bedroom and 1,220 square-foot two-bedroom Premier Central Park View Suite captures the moment at sunset when the city comes to life with vibrant tones of amethyst. Contemporary art pieces created by Steve Wasterval are featured throughout the space.
All 42 suites feature custom designed furnishings, enhancing the residential feel. A teardrop-shaped table of ebonized walnut is a centerpiece for entertaining, dining or working in the living area, while richly textured curved sofas provide a place of comfort while maximizing city views from multiple angles. Dramatic stripes in shades of silver and black, soft Asian-inspired graphic designs, and grained maple veneers are combined to provide a dynamic and sophisticated millwork accent wall in the living area, exuding the ambiance of an upscale home.
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