Luxury Design: Four Seasons New York by Yabu Pushelberg
Interior designerYabu Pushelberg gives a special attention to detail in Four Seasons New York Downtown. Magic, modernism and creativity define this new project and the expectations are high.
The interior design firm is known for imaginative and standing out ideas and their work is recognised in projects like this one. Hospitality, simplicity and sophistication are extremely highlighted and their designs will definitely overwhelm you!
Cosmopolitan style meets the elegance and sophistication in Four Seasons hotel. The building looks traditional, but it’s here where we find pure modishly and unique elements.
Ideal for a classic living room with a modern touch, Matheny floor lamp from DelightFULL came to reinvent classic designs with a high aesthetic feeling.
The classic architectural profile of this recent five star hotel fits perfectly in the world’s most famous skyline. It’s perfect for those who want to discover this amazing city and, at the same time, want to experience the most incredible adventures.
On the ground floor, the visitors are immediately greeted by a majestic the lobby, where Sophie Mallebranche’s soaring screens are spread all over the walls, a business center and lots of small spaces where they can relax or take a nice coffee.
“They captured the unique character of Lower Manhattan, where history is merging with a dynamic new era.”, says Peter Humig, general manager of the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown.
Combined with inspiring luxury designs, a peaceful spa and a lap pool will help them relaxing and enjoying the comfort and convenience they need.
Right after the entrance, a staircase overwhelms the guests. It’s impossible to look away. Its decorative metal materials cause impact in everyone that sees it.
Yabu Pushelberg wages on the dark wood to panel walls and columns with the goal of creating the sensation of warmth and sophistication on the guest. He introduces numerous thoughtful details that make the difference to the eye.
All the rooms have natural light and the wood paneling continues in these spaces. Yabu Pushelberg designed dynamic light systems where the guest can choose if he wants a more smooth ambiance or a more energetic one. Nude and pastel colors are very present and they try to combine it with the used materials: especially wood and patterned carpets.
“We want to crack away at a singular, strong message.”, says Yabu. Their aim is to fulfill all customer needs and try to stand out from other interior designs. Art Deco is slightly present in this project and we can see that from carpeting and Tetris lines in wall panels.
Amy, by DelightFULL, is a tribute to the great British singer and songwriter. Outlined by her hair and her round earring… The inside is in gold like her golden voice. The irreverent table version will surely look great on top of a desk or sideboard.
The bathrooms are minimalist and coated with spotted marbled stone. They only have the essential, but the design follows a highly modern idea: natural light, large mirrors and glass doors.
The chosen colors and materials fit perfectly with the idea of the interior designers. They wage on simple lines but very defined ones. The subtle retro design is very present and meets exactly the expectations of the guest.
Back to art deco and again with musical inspiration, this time through the dramatic pipe organ. Brubeck, by DelightFULL, ﬁxture is an instant classic sculptural design. An extravagant shape full of reﬁnement and modernity.