The Ludlow Hotel

Rooms 175   Interior Design Sean MacPherson
The Original Sean MacPherson, Ira Drukier, Richard Born

Hotels Facts & Figures
Rooms
175
Interior
Design Sean MacPherson
The Original Sean MacPherson, Ira Drukier, Richard Born

The lobby garden is flooded with plenty of natural light. Exotic hanging fixtures soften the industrial vibe of the building here. The Terrace suites come with a sizeable outdoor space where one can enjoy breakfast and city views.

Architecture

A New York Story

The Ludlow came to be when MacPherson, Drukier, and Born rescued a derelict building that had been abandoned by its original developers after the financial crash. Thanks to its solid brick façade and factory casement windows, the structure fits seamlessly into its historic locale. 

Architecture
A New York Story

The Ludlow came to be when MacPherson, Drukier, and Born rescued a derelict building that had been abandoned by its original developers after the financial crash. Thanks to its solid brick façade and factory casement windows, the structure fits seamlessly into its historic locale. 

The lobby garden is flooded with plenty of natural light. Exotic hanging fixtures soften the industrial vibe of the building here. The Terrace suites come with a sizeable outdoor space where one can enjoy breakfast and city views.

Interior Design

Sean MacPherson

The lobby atrium harkens back to the days when downtown lofts would host one-off parties in which a mix of creative people were thrown together. “Those spaces were magnets, and we’re hoping this one will be too,” MacPherson says. “We’d like to function as a living room for the neighborhood.”

A glorious distressed limestone fireplace dominates the lobby lounge. Marble mosaic floors, an eclectic mix of vintage furniture and handpicked finds, and striking art gives the area a private and personal feel, like a New Yorker’s downtown living space.

Interior Design
Sean MacPherson

The lobby atrium harkens back to the days when downtown lofts would host one-off parties in which a mix of creative people were thrown together. “Those spaces were magnets, and we’re hoping this one will be too,” MacPherson says. “We’d like to function as a living room for the neighborhood.”

 
 

A glorious distressed limestone fireplace dominates the lobby lounge. Marble mosaic floors, an eclectic mix of vintage furniture and handpicked finds, and striking art gives the area a private and personal feel, like a New Yorker’s downtown living space.

Interior Design
Sean MacPherson

The lobby atrium harkens back to the days when downtown lofts would host one-off parties in which a mix of creative people were thrown together. “Those spaces were magnets, and we’re hoping this one will be too,” MacPherson says. “We’d like to function as a living room for the neighborhood.”

A glorious distressed limestone fireplace dominates the lobby lounge. Marble mosaic floors, an eclectic mix of vintage furniture and handpicked finds, and striking art gives the area a private and personal feel, like a New Yorker’s downtown living space.

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