February 15, 2019

10 Presidential Suites with Contemporary Style

In honor of Presidents Day, we’ve rounded up 10 contemporary presidential suites that break with tradition—by featuring custom furnishings, bold lighting, and even a few playful swings.

1. The Line DC by INC Architecture & Design

The chande­lier, dining table, and chairs are custom.

2. The Jaffa by John Pawson

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Michel Ducaroy designed the chairs and sofa, respectively, in the dining/living area.

3. Hotel Seamarq by Richard Meier & Partners Architects

In the penthouse presidential suite, Lazzeroni Studio’s armchairs sit between Christophe Pillet’s lounge chairs and sofa. 

4. 1Hotel Brooklyn Bridge Park by INC Architecture & Design and Marvel Architects

Floor planks are engineered reclaimed pine.

5. Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa by EDG Interior Architecture + Design and Delawie

The 1,800-square-foot suite has a view of Camelback Mountain. 

6. 1Hotel South Beach by Meyer Davis Studio

Cowhide rugs soften the sitting area’s engineered white-oak floorboards.

7. Hotel Alessandra by Rottet Studio

The living room of the 1,600-square-foot suite centers on a custom sectional sofa upholstered in mohair. 

8. Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown by AC Martin Partners

The presidential suite’s bathroom boasts a marble-composite tub.

9. Hôtel Monville by ACDF Architecture

Custom furniture in the Monville Suite includes a wool-covered ottoman.

10. W Bellevue by HKS

Swings in the Wow Suite’s bathroom evoke a lake house porch.

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