A Historic Chelsea Hotel's Renovation: Architect Annabelle Selldorf shares her experience designing the chic public spaces at the Martha Washington Hotel in New York City. "It should be a very welcoming and comfortable place for everyone; informal but obviously still with some cache."

A Historic Chelsea Hotel's Renovation: Architect Annabelle Selldorf shares her experience designing the chic public spaces at the Martha Washington Hotel in New York City. "It should be a very welcoming and comfortable place for everyone; informal but obviously still with some cache."

Makeup Vows: <br /><i>The Perfect Makeup Partners with the Perfect Place</i>

Makeup Vows: <br /><i>The Perfect Makeup Partners with the Perfect Place</i>

Gallery - Jamberoo Farm House / Casey Brown Architecture - 2

Gallery of Jamberoo Farm House / Casey Brown Architecture - 2

Selldorf Architects Repurposes the Roxy for Hauser

Selldorf Architects Repurposes the Roxy for Hauser & Wirth

NY Apartment Interior Design | Kitchen Interior Design of 200 Eleventh Avenue Residential Apartment ...

NY Apartment Interior Design | Kitchen Interior Design of 200 Eleventh Avenue Residential Apartment ...

edition hotel london ballroom | Wedding Venues | Shanghai - China | The Peninsula Shanghai | Picture 2

edition hotel london ballroom | Wedding Venues | Shanghai - China | The Peninsula Shanghai | Picture 2

RSM note:  I like the wood ceiling.  Could we do something like this with the fireplace at the end and have part of the wooden roof part closed like the picture and part of it more of a pergola style where it lets some light through?  We'd have to strategize which end would be open and which closed.  Also from an architechtural standpoint, can we do a roof like this, or does it need to be a slant away from our house, since it will be connected to our house on one side?

RSM note: I like the wood ceiling. Could we do something like this with the fireplace at the end and have part of the wooden roof part closed like the picture and part of it more of a pergola style where it lets some light through? We'd have to strategize which end would be open and which closed. Also from an architechtural standpoint, can we do a roof like this, or does it need to be a slant away from our house, since it will be connected to our house on one side?

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