Studio Collective announces LA-area design projects

Studio Collective announces three projects at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, and the recently completed interiors of SBE's Hyde Lounge at the Staples Center.

The boutique design agency was founded in August 2009 in Santa  Monica, Calif. Principles are Adam Goldstein, Leslie Kale and Christian Schulz.

For the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Studio Collective is simultaneously working on the design for the Johnny Grant Suite, a 3,200-square-foot penthouse with two separate event terraces, The Spare Room, a new gaming parlor complete with bowling lanes, and the renovation of Dakota into Public Kitchen and Bar; an entirely new dining concept. For all three projects, Studio Collective is staying true to the building's original glamorous Hollywood bones, while giving each project its own unique modern identity.

The exclusive Hyde outpost converted from eight private event suites at the Staples Center amps up the luxe feel of Hyde on Sunset with a masculine rock-and-roll edge. Rich, dark colors and backlit onyx provide an opulent setting for distressed leather upholstery, burnished metal finishes, regal flea market finds and eclectic baubles that add a sophisticated personal touch. Slabs of stone and a cozy fireplace give the VIP suite the feel of a tucked-away bachelor pad.

Other current projects include a handful of residences in San Marino, Manhattan Beach, and the Hollywood Hills, and poolside renovations at the 4055 Lofts in Marina Del Rey and the Sofitel Hotel, LA. The Fairfax, the new neighborhood gastro-pub in the former Largo space will get a top-to-toe design treatment, from the transformed open-air façade to the soaring loft-like interior, including glowing pendants patinated surfaces.

 

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