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The New York EDITION, the latest hotel from Ian Schrager will open on 11th May 2015. The New York EDITION is located in the Flatiron district, New York’s hottest area, and is situated directly across from the iconic Madison Square Park. Formerly the Met Life Tower—once the tallest building in New York—the hotel combines the historic landmark’s original Beaux-Arts architecture with rich interior details and a modern, edgy, original, and sophisticated sensibility. Combining this with great service, the brand’s number one priority, makes for a unique, one-of-a-kind lifestyle hotel. The hotel will feature a Jason Atherton restaurant, 273 rooms, and several bars.SESSANTA RESTAURANT
60 Thompson St, NY 10012
Sessanta at SIXTY SoHo opens this spring in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood, created by John McDonald and Steven Eckler of Mercer Street Hospitality alongside chef Jordan Frosolone. Designed by London-based Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, Sessanta will offer a menu of coastal Italian and Sicilian Cuisine and is located in SIXTY SoHo, where McDonald, Ronnie Madra and Jason Pomeranc opened The Gordon Bar in December. Mercer Street Hospitality owns and operates Lure Fishbar (Soho and South Beach), Bowery Meat Company, El Toro Blanco, and B&B Winepub in addition to The Gordon Bar and Sessanta.
NEW SIXTY HOTEL
1825 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel, is a 250-room ocean front property featuring 51 suites - two signature SIXTY Suites, and one two-bedroom Penthouse. The property, originally named the Nautilus Hotel, was designed in the 1950's by famed architect Morris Lapidus. The hotel stretches from Collins Avenue to the Beach, and stands eight stories high with an entrance that leads guests from the arrival area to the lobby with the sunken bar area, Driftwood Room and Lounge, featuring the restored "stairway to nowhere". The Signature restaurant by China Grill features a Celebrity Chef and offers both indoor and outdoor seating. The salt-water pool and bar is surrounded by cabanas; and a playful lawn setting with Bohemian hammocks overlooks the beach, with beach chairs and private beach service.
27th April 2015
Peninsula Square, Greenwich Peninsula
Craft London is a new restaurant project by Stevie Parle, with design by Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio. Comprising a restaurant, café and sky bar in a Marks Barfield-designed hub on the Greenwich Peninsula, Craft London opens this April with a strong focus on local production. To this end, Parle and Dixon have collaborated with a number of modern craftspeople to create world-class processes in-house for coffee roasting, meat curing, beekeeping, smoking, kitchen gardening and more, all of which will feed into the restaurant and cafés’ innovative menus.
TART LONDON x WEDGWOOD
5th May – 23rd June 2015
Salusbury Road, NW6
Tart’s Kitchen, a collaboration between Tart London and Wedgwood, is popping up in London this spring, with a fresh and seasonal all-day food & drink offering.
With an emphasis on seasonal ingredients and sustainably sourced produce from local farms, the Tart’s Kitchen menus have been carefully planned using high quality, beautifully presented produce, with great attention to colour and variety.
ATHENIAN GRILL HOUSE
Launching in May, Suvlaki is a sleek, modern, fast casual restaurant serving delicious Greek street food souvlaki. The Athenian grill house will provide Soho with a unique new concept from lunch to dinner, take away to delivery and for late night bites.
Acclaimed Greek chef Elias Mamalakis, has been brought onboard permanently as a consultant chef, starting with the main menu. The much loved Greek culinary figure who appears frequently on TV in Greece has also designed several signature dishes for Suvlaki.
Les 3 Étages by Dom Pérignon
Opening May 2015
This May, for ten days only, Dom Pérignon will open its doors for invited guests to discover the three windows of expression of Dom Pérignon champagne. ‘Les 3 Étages by Dom Pérignon’, a beautiful traditional town house in a secret central London location, will be set over three distinctive floors. Each floor will express the different levels of maturity, the so-called ‘Plénitudes’, of Dom Pérignon, with a series of opulent parties, intimate dinners and extraordinary creative collaborations.
Represented by Michelin-starred chef Skye Gyngell, the founder of Spring Restaurant and former head chef of Petersham Nurseries, ‘Les 3 Étages by Dom Pérignon’ will offer culinary pleasures paired with the three distinct Vintages.
SOUTH KENSINGTON CLUB
42, 38-42 Harrington Road, SW7 3ND
In the vibrant heart of South Kensington, nestled between Hyde Park and London’s best known museums, the South Kensington Club provides an unrivalled lifestyle offering for body and soul.
Inspired by an adventuring, multi-cultural perspective, South Kensington Club draws together great culinary and wellness traditions from diverse corners of the globe, whilst inspiring its members to reach outwards and explore, through reading, listening and travelling on journeys of discovery.
Elegantly laid-out over 25,000 sq ft on Harrington Road, South Kensington Club is a veritable country club in the heart of South Kensington. Facilities include a gym, fitness studios, bathhouse with hammam and banya, saltwater Watsu pool, relaxation areas, Tea Library, Mediterranean Club Restaurant, club sitting rooms, cocktail bar, juice bar, café terrace and Voyager Club Room.
MILROY'S OF SOHO
3 Greek Street, W1D 4NX
The 12 seater whisky bar Milroy's serves a selection of over 250 whiskys, all poured at 35ml rather than 25ml to enjoy the taste in a more traditional manner. A whisky locker and key is offered to anyone who purchases a bottle of whisky over £200 at the bar so the bottle will always be waiting for you on your return. The whisky tasting bar is a space where customers can try before they buy, learn about the history of whisky or take part in one of Milroy’s of Soho tasting events.
316 Queensbridge Road, E8
The much anticipated new restaurant and bar, The Richmond has opened at the intersection of Dalston, Haggerston and London Fields. It is jointly owned and operated by Brett Redman and Margaret Crow, who have been working on it together for the last year.
The menu is built around oysters, comfort food, and raw dishes, and sees Brett apply the impeccable standards of quality and provenance that he has become known for to a more traditional three-course meal format. Alongside that, The Richmond will also be home to East London’s first and only raw bar serving several types of oysters and clams, a rotating selection of carpaccios and tartares, and an unrivalled selection of ethically sourced fish
THE DOMINO EFFECT
WITH PRET A DINER
68 Regent Street, W1B 4DY
The entourage of PRET A DINER celebrate their return to the UK with The Club at Cafe Royal, in The Domino, showcasing an inspiring clash of cultures. Cafe Royal's very own Executive Chef Andrew Turner, will team up with two New York based rising chef talents Patti Jackson (Delaware and Hudson) and West Village resident Ryan Tate (Blenheim), whose most recent establishment Le Restaurant garnered a Michelin star within six months of opening. The Chefs will create a combined sharing selection followed by a course each, forming a four course menu with modern American and Dutchy Pennsylvanian influence.
An inspired drinks list born from a collaboration between Tiziano Tasso (Bars Manager, The Club at Cafe Royal) and Dominic Jacobs (Jacobs Chase, The Whip) will perfectly enhance the experience and see a Boho revolution in Soho.
Friday 17th April
118 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7NW
As part of its ongoing commitment to the arts Coya will be holding a screening of “Gabo” a documentary about the extraordinary life of Gabriel García Márquez, the 1982 Nobel Prize for Literature winner, a year since his death.
This will be the first UK screening and an opportunity to engage with the producer Kate Horne.
Sibton Park, Sibton, Suffolk IP17 2LZ
Wilderness Reserve is excited to announce the launch of two new cottages, debuting this summer; the Farmhouse and the Granary. Located on the stunning 4,500 acre estate in the heart of Suffolk, the cottages are available for exclusive-use hire and sleep twelve and eight people respectively.
THE NORMAN, TEL AVIV
Reflecting the hotel’s devoted support of Israeli artists; The Norman’s décor incorporates original Israeli art works throughout all rooms and public areas. Now the hotel is offering guest’s exclusive access to visit the galleries and studios of the artists showcased throughout the hotel and meet with the artists themselves. Each tour is tailor-made depending on the particular interest’s guest. .
IAN SCHRAGER WORKS
Ian Schrager, originating partner of the legendary Studio 54 dance club, as well as a creator of the boutique hotel concept, is releasing his first book, Ian Schrager Works, to be published in May 2015 by Rizzoli.
Timed to celebrate Schrager’s 40 years in business, and his imminent return to the New York City hotel scene with the May opening of the much-anticipated New York EDITION, Ian Schrager Works features never-before-seen photographs from his hotels, alongside texts from some of the most important designers of our generation, revealing some of the most successful expressions of avant-garde hospitality to date.
LOULOU'S POP UP x BAUER
1st - 10th May
San Marco, Venezia, Italy
Robin Birley in collaboration with Francesca Bortolotto and the Bauer Hotel is bringing Loulou’s to Venice for the initial 10 days of the Biennale D’Arte 2015. Loulou’s will be flying over the core team and working with Immersive Cult - a London based immersive production company - to create a nightclub space like no other at the infamous B-Bar of the Bauer Hotel, near San Marco.
From 1st – 10th May the bar will be transformed into a brilliant, colourful, Venetian inspired extension of London’s legendary nightspot, where members and their guests will sip on cocktails and dance into the early hours of the morning.
DESIGN & CULTURE
THE MODERN HOUSE
NEW BRAND IDENTITY
The Modern House, Britain's premier architectural estate agency, has just launched a new brand identity and website as it celebrates its tenth anniversary year. The relaunched website, which can be viewed at themodernhouse.net, brings together all elements of the brand, including its core business – architectural properties for sale in the UK – as well as the directory of architects and designers, an online architecture journal, and a carefully curated portfolio of modern holiday lets throughout the world.
The Modern House has been selling Britain's finest modern architecture since 2005 and its updated branding reflects the maturity of the company. Following in the footsteps of the company's original website, the redesigned experience breaks new ground in the estate agency industry. The new design takes its cue from details of some of the country's finest Modern architecture, as well as from the print works of renowned Modern artists such as Richard Serra and Ben Nicholson. Original architectural photography, commissioned specially for the project, is used throughout the site, along with short, subtle animations to accentuate the visual content.
Skate Girls of Kabul by Jessica Fulford-Dobson
15th April 2015
Duke Of York's HQ, King's Road, SW3 4RY
Photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson will present her series of portraits, Skate Girls of Kabul, in a major new exhibition at London’s Saatchi Gallery from 15 to 28 April 2015.
Jessica Fulford-Dobson won 2nd prize in the 2014 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize with Skate Girl, 2014, just one of a series of works made on location in Kabul, where young girls from poor and displaced families were being taught to skateboard as a hook to get them back into full-time education. After just one year of attending the Back to School programme, the girl in the prize-winning portrait (above) has passed her first three educational grades and is now enrolled in the national school system. She still attends Skateistan in her free time.
MARIAN GOODMAN GALLERY
30th April to 6th June 2015
5-8 Lower John Street, W1F 9DY
This new exhibition will present works made in the context of two different recent projects, which will be interwoven here for the first time: photographs taken in Israel and Palestine, observing the human drama over six trips between 2009-14; and a recent series examining places of scientific and technological research in California, a continuous study of entanglement in a one‐sided belief progress.
Fantasy Island by Todd James
1st May - 28th May 2015
11 Rathbone Place, W1T 1HR
Lazarides Rathbone is pleased to present Fantasy Island, a provocative new solo exhibition by New York-based artist Todd James. The vivid body of hyper-coloured works extends the artist’s exploration into current socio- political affairs, continuing to stretch the boundary between the obscene and the humorous. The large-scale paintings depict a fantastical reality far removed from the safety of western existence, seducing the viewer with a seamless mix of luminous compositions and graffiti-infused erotica.
152 ELIZABETH STREET
152 Elizabeth Street is an ultra-luxury condominium building located in Manhattan’s Nolita neighborhood developed by New York-based firm Sumaida + Khurana and designed by Japanese master architect and Pritzker Prize winner Tadao Ando – it will be the first building he has designed in New York City. Michael Gabellini of widely celebrated firm Gabellini Sheppard Associates is collaborating with Ando to design the building’s interiors and is serving as architect of record, bringing his refined sensibility and signature style to 152 Elizabeth Street. 152 Elizabeth Street measures nearly 32,000-square feet and will rise seven stories. Each of its seven residences are being treated as custom homes and are individually configured to highlight their unparalleled level of craft and quality. 152 Elizabeth Street is set to be completed for November 2016.
URBAN VILLAGE FETE
10th May 2015
Greenwich Peninsula, SE10 0SQ
A contemporary twist on the traditional village fair. Taking place on the Greenwich Peninsula it will celebrate the best in design, music, art, and modern craftsmanship. Produced in association with Hemingway Design, the fete also marks the opening of Greenwich Peninsula's new garden. Local residents and visitors from further afield can enjoy perusing the creative stall-holders including Louise Karama, Chichia, Jervoise Jackets, People Will Always Need Plates, BBco, Geo Fleur, Tom Dixon, Tracey Neuls and Clio Peppiat.
A host of food trucks will be offering mouth-watering munchies and thirst-quenchers from the likes of Le Swine, Piccalilli Caff, Black Vanilla, Taco Truck, Meantime Brewery and many more. Musical antics will be presented by headline DJ, Gilles Peterson, atop a traditional London Routemaster Bus alongside numerous melodic and performative interventions such as the Barely Methodical Troupe, Heather Wall, Charity Shop DJ, English Folk Song Choir and more!
PENINSULA GARDEN by
TOM DIXON'S DESIGN RESEARCH STUDIO
Greenwich Peninsula, SE10 0SQ
This Spring sees a new public green oasis coming to London in the form of uniquely designed Peninsula Garden. Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio, in collaboration with landscape gardeners Alys Fowler and Thomas Hoblyn, will unveil their first outdoor project at Greenwich Peninsula.
In addition to the open green spaces, an amphitheatre, inspired by the geometry of the Giant’s Causeway will programme a diverse calendar of events and a year-round programme for theatre, music, cinema and performance.
“The opportunity to work in the landscape, rather than within an architectural space has challenged us to think on a different scale and provided us with a new palette of materials that change with the season and are subject to the wind, rain and occasional British sunshine. The design of the garden peels back the layers of history, exposing the forms of the original mud flats, reintroducing apples from the market gardens and a palette of material from its industrial and nautical past.” – Tom Dixon
GOLF DRIVING RANGE
1st July 2015
Greenwich Peninsula, SE10 0SQ
Opening 1st July 2015, a new state of the art 60-bay golf driving range in London, created as a joint venture between Knight Dragon Developments and N1Golf. The range will have 60 bays, each 10m deep and equipped with flight technology and screens while providing an entertaining area with seating and tables. In addition, a fine dining restaurant offering 600 different wines with a Wine School and a fully stocked 3000sq ft retail shop are all being built. As part of the scheme, N1Golf Foundation will be sending PGA Professionals into local schools and youth centres, coupled with tuition sessions over at the Greenwich Peninsula Range and a fully serviced N1 Academy at the range with eight full time PGA Professionals available for lessons and advice. The range is located within five minutes of North Greenwich underground station on the Jubilee Line and it will be using Club Car vehicles to offer a bespoke golf shuttle service to and from the range for those who do not wish to walk.
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