Architectural Digest

2 weeks ago

From @archdigestpro : When Atelier Ace ( @acehotel ) commissioned #AD100 firm @studioshamshiri to create a new five-star hotel in New Orleans, they set aside preconceived notions of what hospitality should be, and let the city tell a story of its own. The resulting property is @maisondelaluz , a 67-room guest house that opened this spring in a renovated 1908 building in the city’s Warehouse District that nods to the city’s multifaceted history, down to its hybrid French-Spanish name. But this isn’t your ordinary Big Easy hotel. From the moment guests arrive, are handed a heavy, tasseled key, and are then ushered to a private bar run on the honor system, la Luz quietly stakes out a bold new stance in which privacy and a layered narrative experience take precedence over the buzz of a happening hotel lobby or velvet rope–lined rooftop bar. “It’s almost like a quirky residence,” says interior designer Pamela Shamshiri. Above, a blue-and-gold salon provides private bar access for guests, who can order a drink or burger through a window hidden behind a painting. “It ends up being where everyone tells their secrets,” she adds. Get an exclusive look inside the destination on AD PRO through the link in our profile. Photo by @stephenkentjohnson text by Heather Corcoran

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Maison de la Luz

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Prokast Construction Inc.

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HBA London

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Wow! This is stunning.

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Your Idea

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Peter Amalfa

Beautiful!

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