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Stonehill and Taylor Architects is a New York City-based architecture and interior design firm that focuses on the hotel industry. For each project, the business looks for the spirit of the area as well as the client’s concept in order to create a one-of-a-kind and imaginative approach. Interior design and refurbishment, as well as new building construction, adaptive reuse, and historic preservation projects, are all part of the firm’s high-profile portfolio.
Stonehill and Taylor Architects is at the forefront of award-winning sustainable design that considers the influence on local communities as well as the rest of the world.
Mesler is a restaurant, bar, and lounge that seamlessly connects to the surrounding Hyde Park neighborhood with a design that reflects on former prominent Hyde Park residents and their respective disciplines. The design of the bar area is inspired by the scientific discoveries of last centuries, manifesting in metals, geometric motifs and light pieces in the space.
Located in the basement of the historic Paramount Hotel, the Diamond Horseshoe was a legendary Jazz Age club and dining venue that gradually fell into disrepair and was left abandoned for decades.
The NoMad Bar was designed as both its own distinct destination and a seamless extension of the attached NoMad Hotel. When purchased, the facade was almost unrecognizable from its original, late 19th-century design. The design team worked to reverse time on the building, honoring its history in the restoration with a wood-paneled facade and a bay window taken from the building.
The Prairie, a new three-meal restaurant in the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, pays homage to the pioneering history of Minnesota. The multi-functional bar area serves as a breakfast station in the morning, then transitions to a full bar in the evening by sliding the covering panels on the bar shelving. Dramatic lamps are hung from woolen ropes on pulleys that reference early area mills.
In the property-wide transformation of the historic Paramount Hotel, The Paramount Bar & Grill was conceived as a modern new restaurant and bar venue. The 20-seat full-service bar, visible from the hotel lobby, draws guests into the space through dramatic lighting.
With unadulterated sweeping views of Times Square, Supernova’s innovative design celebrates rebirth and renewal, with elements that reference the passage of time and various New Year’s Eve traditions from around the world.
Couvant, associated with the Eliza Jane Hotel (also designed by Stonehill Taylor), is housed within the original bitters factory that manufactured the famed Peychaud Cocktail Bitters, among others. The restaurant combines classic New Orleans style and French flair into an industrial space. Upon entrance, guests are met with a charming black-and-white tiled floor in the front lounge with bar-style seating along historic windows looking out onto Magazine Street.
For Artizen, The Camby hotel’s 56 seat restaurant, Stonehill and Taylor sought to create a warm and luxurious feeling with a rich, dark blue hue for the walls and accents including sculptural copper lighting, banquettes in abstracted southwest patterning, and contemporary art.
Stonehill Taylor teamed up with Rockwell Group to design The National restaurant, located in the Benjamin Hotel. As the architect, Stonehill Taylor created an entirely new restaurant by utilizing the space of a former smaller restaurant, augmented by adding additional space on three levels, that encompass a total of 11,000 square feet.
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Writen by Caroline Costa