The other day we had a first look at the newly opened 11 Howard hotel off Howard and Lafayette Streets in SoHo. The hotel, a venture of New York real estate developer Aby Rosen, is fittingly tucked into the fold of SoHo’s trendiest cafes and design haunts. (Oliver Gustav has a shop in the building; BDDW and Henrybuilt are around the corner.)
The building was reworked by Romanian architect Anda Andrei with interiors by Danish studio Space Copenhagen (the studio’s first New York project). The communal spaces and 221 guest rooms are designed to feel residential, with Scandinavian oiled oak furniture, brass lighting, and subtle dashes of color. Here’s a closer look.
Above: In the lobby, Alexander Calder’s Untitled 1976 mobile hovers over a table from Space Copenhagen’s Moon Collection.
Above: The Library is the hotel’s multipurpose lounge and meeting area.
Above: A corner of the lounge, flooded with sunlight.
Above: A burnt orange velvet Swoon Chair by Space Copenhagen for Frederica.
Above: Velvet and leather armchairs draped with sheepskins.
Above: A moody corner of The Blonde, the hotel’s downstairs bar, is outfitted with Spine Lounge Chairs.
Above: Cut crystal votive holders add a luxe note.
Above: The iron staircase was designed to mimic the detailing of fire escapes of New York buildings.
Above: A subdued palette of bleached and light wood, gray, pink, and navy.
Above: A pink Nuit Plaid blanket custom-made by Society.
Above: A luxe bathroom with brass, marble, and tile.
Above: The facade of 11 Howard.
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