Originally built in 1928, The Tuscany Hotel is one of Manhattan's premier destinations for elegant rooms and stunning views. And the best view from The Tuscany is certainly to be had from the hotel's recently renovated 3,000 square foot 17th floor penthouse. Taking the lead on the interior redesign for the penthouse's main living area was Jessica Gracey for Gensler, who chose to incorporate 750 square feet of Hudson Company Reclaimed Mixed Oak [New Face] wood as a statement ceiling treatment.
Each member of the ceiling was sanded on all four sides and custom milled by The Hudson Company at varying widths and thickness [ranging from 1/2" x 2" - 2" x 2" x 3' to 10'] and then hand-finished on site with a custom oil based stain. The result is a one of a kind interior space that is at once dramatic and warm - an exceptionally comfortable getaway up at the top of The Big Apple.
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Photos Courtesy of Jessica Gracey at Gensler Architects.