With maximalism currently in vogue, luxury developments are taking advantage of an often-overlooked canvas for eye-catching design: the ceiling. By incorporating bold and unique elements into lobby ceilings, developers are creating welcoming spaces that make a statement and add dimension to their properties. These distinctive ceiling designs offer a modern take on traditional decoration, with contrasting architectural details and striking artwork that set each lobby apart. As a result, new luxury residential buildings are enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal of their properties and elevating the resident experience.
Madison House, the tallest residential building in NoMad, sets a new bar for luxury living with its awe-inspiring interiors by Gachot Studios and stunning architecture by Handel Architects. Located in the heart of the design district, the building boasts a unique and custom design, including artist-designed accents in the foyer. As soon as residents step inside, they’re greeted by a garden-framed, double-height lobby that showcases a sculptural painted ceiling lattice, echoing the delicate pattern of dragonfly wings. This intricate and thoughtful design reflects the building’s dedication to creating a luxurious and sophisticated living experience.
Located in West Chelsea, The Cortland is the result of the expertise of two of the world’s leading architectural practices, Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Olson Kundig. The lobby boasts a luxurious double-height ceiling adorned with imported Italian marble, and an exceptional onyx light fixture created by Markus Haase. This one-of-a-kind art piece was specifically designed for The Cortland’s lobby, serving as an impressive focal point that immediately captures the attention of anyone who enters the building. With its elegant and unique design, The Cortland’s lobby sets the tone for the luxurious living experience that awaits its residents.
Tribeca Green, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, delivers an unparalleled residential experience that seamlessly blends timeless exterior architecture with reimagined, modern interiors by the acclaimed firm. The development features 273 stylish residences, many of which offer stunning floor-to-ceiling corner windows with sweeping views of Teardrop Park and the Hudson River. The lobby of Tribeca Green is a true gem, constructed entirely of wood and designed to emphasize the natural beauty of the material while referencing the nearby parks. Wood paneling on both walls and ceiling creates a warm and inviting atmosphere, complemented by metal portals, trims, and other details. The lobby’s unique character is the result of meticulous research into multiple historical precedents. The design team drew inspiration from various sources, including the grand salons of 1930s luxury cruise liners, the grandeur of New York City’s residential lobbies, and the innovative works of French interior designers from the 1920s and 30s. The final result is an elevated space that seamlessly blends contemporary design with the rich evolutionary history of interior design.
Four Seasons One Dalton
Four Seasons One Dalton, the tallest residential tower in Boston and New England, features a stunning private residents’ lobby designed by Thierry Despont, creating an immediate statement upon arrival. The luxurious lobby features a distinct coffered ceiling in rich mahogany that evokes a wooden jewel box experience. This design was inspired by classic townhouses in Boston’s Back Bay and the nearby Trinity Church, which is an important city landmark. A sumptuous, custom-designed fireplace framed in red travertine stone completes the space and adds a sense of grandeur. In addition to the exquisite design by Thierry Despont, the developer Carpenter & Company has also engaged Boston-based art consultant Kate Chertavian to curate a collection of gallery-worthy art for the lobby. The collection perfectly complements the space’s gorgeous design and provides an immersive art experience for residents and visitors alike.
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