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Inside The Waldorf Astoria Residences By Jean-Louis Deniot

When the Waldorf Astoria opened on Park Avenue in 1931, it was the tallest hotel in the world. While its record height has since been topped, the institution is set to make history again when its ultra-plush residences open in 2022 after a five-year renovation. Jean-Louis Deniot was in charge of this reboot and Modern Floor Lamps Blog has even previously unveiled the luxury amenities in the penthouse areas.

Inside The Waldorf Astoria Residences By Jean-Louis Deniot

Inside The Waldorf Astoria Residences By Jean-Louis Deniot

The exterior of the Waldorf Astoria New York. The residences at The Towers sit above the 375-key hotel.

While several of the hotel’s interiors are protected under landmark status, Jean-Louis Deniot was given carte blanche for The Towers’ 375 condominiums. Always evaluating how the architecture and interiors should work harmoniously, Jean-Louis Deniot recalls how the hotel’s original structure was quite simple, having been built rapidly within a two-year timeframe.

“You can respect the history of a building and come up with a new story that still refers to that history without using pastiche,”

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Inside The Waldorf Astoria Residences By Jean-Louis Deniot

One of The Towers’ lobby entrances, designed by Jean-Louis Deniot.

That being said, Jean-Louis Deniot hardly plays it safe. Aspiring for New Yorkers to find renewed pride in the Waldorf Astoria, he injected the residences with a distinct point of view that embraces unique colour stories and finishes.

Inside The Waldorf Astoria Residences By Jean-Louis Deniot

A rendering of one of the residences.Inside The Waldorf Astoria Residences By Jean-Louis Deniot
One of the marble-filled bathrooms.

Ranging from studios to penthouses, the units are comprised of 124 configurations, ensuring that each owner has a unique space. Solid custom-paneled interior doors with antique bronze hardware give way to polished marble countertops, Gaggenau appliances, and details like tile mosaics and herringbone floors. Ceiling heights typically range from ten to 13 feet, except in the building’s two pinnacle penthouses, which boast 40-foot ceiling heights and give the landmark its iconic silhouette. Previously used for storage, these spaces have never before been livable.

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Inside The Waldorf Astoria Residences By Jean-Louis Deniot

The women’s wellness area.
Inside The Waldorf Astoria Residences By Jean-Louis Deniot
The men’s wellness area.
One of the project’s most unique features is that every unit will contain a concierge closet integrated into the design of its entryway for secure package delivery, laundry, and room service. But the attention to privacy actually begins before even stepping foot into The Towers’ two lobbies: a double-height, vaulted porte cochère with 24-hour valet service is exclusively available to residents.

Inside The Waldorf Astoria Residences By Jean-Louis Deniot

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