Design Seen: Clement

  • Photo by Evan Dion
    Photo by Evan Dion
<< Back to Home & Style, March 2014

    The design firm Yabu Pushelberg created the Peninsula New York’s new restaurant, Clement, to feel like a Manhattan home, with a “book room” that resembles a library, a “mirror room” with handmade mirrored artwork, and a “color room” with a 60-foot-long, hand-etched jungle decoration on its wall. Located on the upper mezzanine level of the hotel lobby—affording an elevated view of Fifth Avenue—the restaurant engages various artists for unique installations in its reception area. 212.903.3918, www.peninsula.com

     

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