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The Langham Hotel occupies the first 13 floors of Mies van der Rohe’s historic IBM building in downtown Chicago. Tucked away in the building’s southwestern corner is Travelle, a 24-hour restaurant designed by the Rockwell Group. David Zaccheo, lead project designer, focused on the structure’s original namesake tenant when designing the space. Entering the restaurant, diners are faced with a golden decorative wall whose pattern evokes a layered mass of computer chips. “This isn’t a preservation project,” said Zaccheo. A row of vertical glass tubes separates the dining area from the bar, where golden discs hover in a ceiling recess. As the bar seating sprawls to greet stunning riverfront views of downtown Chicago, wood and leather restore the mutable lounge vibe.
In aiming to shed the trappings of a typical hotel bar, a little luxury goes a long way. While purists could not call it a harmless intervention, the update is flashy but not without a tasteful restraint. Rockwell also collaborated with the Art Production Fund to curate a collection of original artwork for the interior, which evokes the building’s mid-century modernist past.
Mastro’s Ocean Club
3720 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Designers: Rockwell Group and KAA Design Group
Leave it to Las Vegas to invent a new take on glitz: this time with organic undertones. Mastro’s Ocean Club, inside Daniel Libeskind’s Las Vegas CityCenter Crystals entertainment complex, boasts a swanky terrace inside an 80-foot-tall, twisting “Tree House” created by David Rockwell, with interiors by KAA Design Group. The Tree House itself weighs 50,000 pounds and is made of a complex wrapping configuration of mahogany and resin beams that looks alternately like a giant hair dryer or like the Na'vi village in Avatar. The interior of the restaurant is entered through a portal of wood-lined ceilings and undulating walls. It includes a dining area of curving white leather booths, chairs made from ochre leather, and banquettes surrounded by curving beams of mahogany and sapele wood. Adding a finishing touch to the dining space are glittering circular chandeliers, made up of jewel-like, irregular glass shapes.
Gramercy Park Hotel
2 Lexington Avenue
New York, New York
Designer: Rockwell Group
Located in Ian Schrager’s Gramercy Park Hotel, Maialino is restaurateur Danny Meyer’s rendition of a Roman-style trattoria, reimagined for contemporary New York. The design, the first collaboration between Meyer and longtime restaurant designer David Rockwell of Rockwell Group, utilizes a rustic palette of wood plank floors, woven leather banquettes, and oak wainscoting reclaimed from a barn in New Jersey. Guests enter from the hotel lobby or a dedicated street entry, where a wine cellar also holds the Greenmarket produce utilized in the kitchen. A Pantheon-inspired tile floor in hues of wine and mustard complements a long walnut bar in front with windows overlooking Gramercy Park, where patrons sip coffee during the morning hours. A portion of the kitchen is brought to the center of the dining room in the form of a cucina, featuring various stations for beverages and food (the latter tends toward hearty fare; Mailino means “little pig”). All of the tables, chairs, and barstools are custom-designed, and Frette linens cover the checked tablecloths. Commissioned paintings from artist Robert Kushner round out the dining-room decor. A private dining room is also available, capable of seating 22 at a traditional long table flanked by wine cases.
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