The bass notes of the color palette are warm, calming greys. Layered in are accents of bright color, and rich tactile materials. Leather and lacquer are mixed and matched in side tables, a reclaimed black walnut tree is now a long John Toushman coffee table, and blackened steel details merge with wood on the bookcase.
The ambience of this world-famous restaurant flows from the hotel’s Living Room, as it might in a personal home. It’s a feast here for all the senses. A dramatic glass wall displays some of the wines from our spectacular cellar, and within the flow of the room are two smaller, more private spaces.
A Landes Console in the foyer, and a Monaco Dining Table in the living area, by Jean Michel Wilmotte. Lounge Chair, by Markus Jehs & Jurgen Laub. An Avedon Floor Lamp. Ajiro Coffers – a gunmetal wall covering by Maya Romanoff. Design and art that personalizes a magnificent space.
Two ideas informed this re-design: sense of place, and uniqueness. Uncluttered window spaces invite Aspen inside. And a collection of design and art originals is set against whites, blues and chocolates, and different hues of stone and metal. For example, Mark Albrecht Bar Stools, a Tristan Auer Mystere Coffee Table, and Gem Table by Chai Ming Studios.