The Mark Hotel
进入大堂，Art Deco风格黑白琴键般的地面设计，谱写出经典的第一印象。大堂的亮点是以色列设计师罗恩•阿拉德（Ron Arad）设计的吊灯，以彗星般的姿态下落，正下方的咖啡桌面仿佛因受撞击而形成，静态的作品有了速度和力量的美感，且“彗星”的意象与照明这一实用功能十分契合。
The Mark Hotel a beautiful 1927 landmark building located on New York’s Upper East Side, housed at the corner of Madison Avenue and 77th Street. When French designer Jacques Grange was commissioned to do the design work for The Mark, he set the style to the following factors: artistry, grandeur, color, intimacy and humor; here, he puts art in the first place.
The black and white keyboards design will be the first eye-catching impression of the hotel. The“Ge-Off Sphere” Lamp is The Mark’s signature chandelier at the entrance of the lobby, designed by Israeli designer Ron Arad.The lamp comes crashing down like a comet to the coffee table underneath and seemingly creates a hole on the surface.
This static work is endowed with the beauty of the speed and power. Moreover, the “comet” concept suits very well with the practical function of illumination.
The design motive of the rooms is to meet the most essential living needs of the guests with the best quality; the overall atmosphere is calm and friendly with a sense of home-like privacy. The Mark has 106 Rooms and 50 Suites, the room/suite ratio is close to 2/1. The regular guest rooms are between 37 and 49 square meters; such has expressed the hotel's positioning clearly. With furnishings of ebony, sycamore and nickel, fine Italian linens and bedding by Quagliotti; a Crestron panel that controls temperature, entertainment, shades and lighting with a single touch; and the bedside USB…No doubt that the rooms here are most soothing and technology-savvy.