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If you remember back, Knstrct published an article on the Mondrian Soho a few months before it actually opened. Last week our team was invited back to the hotel to take a little tour of the new joint, and we were quite mesmerized with the final product. Benjamin Noriega Ortiz of BNO Design concepted and executed a fantastical design featuring over sized ceiling murals, reflective blue glass walls, odd trinkets and decor, and a garden bar with a plethora of enormous glass candy jars covering a royal elongated table.
The atmosphere of the hotel happens from the get go! The entrance is a long gravel path covered with 30′ tall arching structures which has vines and twinkle lights attached to them. Once you enter into the lobby, the whimsical feeling goes from green to blue, and you are now faced with an outcry of textures, materials, and colors which all come together to create a splendid environment.
The Imperial No. 9 dining room consists of two parts, one part is tucked inside the hotel with huge hanging baskets and over sized chandeliers, while the other part of the restaurant sits in the front green room. Here, you can sip on a delightful dirty martini (Thanks to C.J. the resident mixologist) in a garden like atmosphere fully equipped with a bench swing set, plants, and white garden chairs. This is where we found ourselves happily enjoying ourselves throughout the night! - A.
(Photographs Provided By Morgans Hotels)
In February, The first Mondrian Hotel will open it’s doors to New York City. Knstrct is bringing you an inside look at the space before it’s grand opening. Mondrian Soho is designed by the long time crowd favorite, Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz and his team at BNO Designs who dished up an eye catching design for their guests. The 270 room hotel features a restaurant headed by top chef Sam Talbot, an indoor/outdoor bar, gardens, courtyards that are sure to set an environment for seduction and style.