Glen & Company designs Four Points by Sheraton Manhattan

Glen & Company Architecture designs Four Points by Sheraton hotel in Downtown, Manhattan
New York City-based architectural and interior design firm Glen & Company Architecture designed the interiors of the new Four Points by Sheraton hotel in Downtown, Manhattan. A team led Glen Coben, founder of Glen & Co., collaborated with Starwood Hotels & Resorts for the project.

New York City-based architectural and interior design firm Glen & Company Architecture designed the interiors of the new Four Points by Sheraton hotel in Downtown, Manhattan. A team led Glen Coben, founder of Glen & Co., collaborated with Starwood Hotels & Resorts for the project.

Architect Nobutaka Ashihara designed the 261-room hotel developed by The Lam Group.

Glen & Co.’s interiors are said to reflect the neighborhood of the Financial District. Reclaimed safe deposit boxes line one wall of the lobby, while another wall has an oversized black and white photograph of a safe door embedded in glass. A ticker follows its own path as if recreating a graph of stocks rising and falling. Custom-designed elements include wallpaper depicting stacked bars of silver, carpeting inspired by glen plaid suiting and fabric tailored furniture.

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Coben and his team also designed the hotel’s guestrooms and public spaces, including a restaurant, two rooftop bars and fitness center.

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