James Hotel | ODA Architecture and Perkins Eastman Architects

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James Hotel / ODA Architecture and Perkins Eastman Architects © Robert Granoff

James Hotel / ODA Architecture and Perkins Eastman Architects © Frank Oudeman

James Hotel / ODA Architecture and Perkins Eastman Architects © Frank Oudeman

James Hotel / ODA Architecture and Perkins Eastman Architects © Frank Oudeman

James Hotel / ODA Architecture and Perkins Eastman Architects © Frank Oudeman

James Hotel / ODA Architecture and Perkins Eastman Architects © Frank Oudeman

This SoHo boutique hotel was designed by ODA Architecture in collaboration with Perkins Eastman Architects. Custom interiors by ODA Architecture with Amanda Sullivan, blend artistic essentials and luxurious functionality. The hotel design strategy was to bring community together with hospitality. Each detail of the hotel was meticulously fashioned to inspire the senses with a blend of traditional as well as contemporary.

Architects: ODA – Architecture, P.C. and Perkins Eastman Architects, P.C.
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Interior Design: ODA – Architecture, P.C. and Amanda Sullivan
Project Area: 67,000 sqf
Photographs: Frank OudemanRobert Granoff

 

The 3rd floor Sky Lobby and reception area are accessible by a glass elevator transporting guests from the ground floor to a private living room and Urban Garden. The bedrooms suites are vivid and white, with cozy, cotton bed linen and recycled dark wood floors. Each room provides a completely different experience of the city and the bathroom glass walls allow guests to never take their eyes off the skyline.

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