Four Culture and Commerce Giants Defining Hudson Yards

Peruse a visual narrative of the culture and commerce giants defining Hudson Yards.

Zodiac Room by AvroKO. Photography by Eric Laignel.

Firm: AvroKO

Project: Zodiac Room, 20 Hudson Yards

Standout: After shopping at Neiman Marcus, visitors can also eat there in style, immersed in a shapely environment of rounded apertures, circular screens of laser-cut brass, and an oval coffered ceiling.  

Zodiac Room by AvroKO. Photography by Eric Laignel.

“It’s a study in new formalism—traditional materials in nontraditional forms.”

Resources: Lucy Tupu: Rugs. Taffard Fabrics: Floral Wall Covering. Andrew Franz: Pendant Fixtures. Allied Maker: Sconces, Ceiling Fixtures. Stel­lar­ Works Through Design Within Reach: Chairs. Vitra: Armchairs. Goodshop Manufac­turies: Custom Tables, Custom Banquettes. Daniel DeMarco & Associates: Woodwork, Metalwork.

See more images of the Zodiac Room at the end of this article.

Forty Five Ten by 5G Studio Collaborative and Snarkitecture. Photography by Michael Moran/Otto. 

Firm: 5G Studio
Collaborative and Snarkitecture

Project: Forty Five Ten, 20 Hudson Yards

Standout: The New York debut of the Dallas-based department store channels the eclectic fashion it offers with such trompe l’oeils as a “fractured” glass-block storefront and a rocklike display of carved and painted high-density foam.

Forty Five Ten by 5G Studio Collaborative and Snarkitecture. Photography by Michael Moran/Otto. 

“The progressively smaller doorways reference Francesco Borromini’s forced architectural perspectives.”

Resources: Concrete Collaborative: Custom Cash Wrap. Atlas Concorde: Floor Tile. Bartco; Birchwood; Contech; Juniper; LF Illumination: LEDs. Sherwin-Williams Company: Paint. Friends x Family: Woodwork.

Project Team: Shawmut Design and Construction: General Contractor.

See more images of Forty Five Ten at the end of this article.

Investment firm by Studios Architecture. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

Firm: Studios Architecture

Project: Investment firm, 55 Hudson Yards

Standout: Art and finance merge in this 25,000-square-foot open plan via Sarah Morris’s digitally printed mural, vibrant wool wall covering, primary colored sofa upholstery, and a Donald Judd-esque reception desk in hot-rolled steel. 

Investment firm by Studios Architecture. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

“As one travels around the floor, the subtle changes transport you.”

Resources: Herman Miller: Task Chairs. Stylex: Turquoise Ottomans. Fritz Hansen: Side Tables. Clarus: Whiteboard. Maharam: Wall Covering, Reception Sofa Fabric. Knoll: Desk, Black Reception Chairs. Vitra: Conference Chairs. Hay: Reception Sofas. Usai Lighting: Pendant Fixtures. Svend Nielsen: Custom Reception Desk, Custom Conference Room Table. Surface Solutions: Concrete Flooring. Armstrong; Lindner: Ceiling Systems. Adotta: Storefront System. Four Daughters Architectural Woodwork: Woodwork. 

See more images of the investment firm at the end of this article.

Equinox Hotel by Rockwell Group and Joyce Wang Studio. Photography courtesy of Equinox Hotels.

Firm: Rockwell Group and Joyce Wang Studio

Project: Equinox Hotel, 33 Hudson Yards

Standout: Jaume Plensa’s stainless-steel sculpture stands amid a Zenlike reflecting pool on the travertine restaurant terrace at the upscale gym giant’s hospitality debut, a wellness-oriented establishment overlooking the Hudson River.

Equinox Hotel by Rockwell Group and Joyce Wang Studio. Photography courtesy of Equinox Hotels.

“It’s a redefinition of the luxury hotel experience as a seamless extension of a high-performance lifestyle.”


Resources: Minotti: Armchairs. Sutherland Furniture: Café Chairs. Menu: Table Lamps. Stellar Hearth Products: Fireplace.

Project Team: Ken Smith Workshop: Landscape Design. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill: Building Architect.

Keep scrolling to view more images of the projects >

Zodiac Room by AvroKO. Photography by Eric Laignel.
Zodiac Room by AvroKO. Photography by Eric Laignel.
Zodiac Room by AvroKO. Photography by Eric Laignel.
Forty Five Ten by 5G Studio Collaborative and Snarkitecture. Photography by Michael Moran/Otto. 
Forty Five Ten by 5G Studio Collaborative and Snarkitecture. Photography by Michael Moran/Otto.
Investment firm by Studios Architecture. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.
Investment firm by Studios Architecture. Photography by Bilyana Dimitrova.

> See more from the September 2019 issue of Interior Design

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