It don’t matter where you came from, when you are in The City, you know you will spend the time of your life.
As the New York Design Week is very near, Deco New York bring you some ideas for spending your night. The best places to relax, have some drinks, and shake the stress off. And what’s better to mix it all together with the cosmopolitan way of life?
Below LAVO Restaurant guests will find the ultimate subterranean playground, LAVO Nightclub. Designed with a multi-layered, voyeuristic approach, it is ideal for both after dinner entertaining and late night revelry. The intimate, yet energetic dance floor is anchored by the state-of-the-art DJ booth, home to some of the most recognized DJ’s in the world. Two full-service bars and decadent banquette seating complete the space.
Marquee New York just emerged from a top-to-bottom renovation, and, once again, it’s the talk of the town. After ten years of giving the city’s rich, famous, and beautiful a place to sip and be seen, the Chelsea megaclub’s owners pimped out the space to give club hoppers a hang where the focus falls squarely on the music.
What was once a multi-room labyrinth that catered to the highbrow bottle service crowd has been resurrected as an all-encompassing open space decked out with 30-foot ceilings (yes, they literally raised the roof), a massive LED wall, and a half-million-dollar sound and lighting system. Patrons—they’re all VIPs now—can let their hair down and vibe out to live musical performances and the most in-demand DJ’s on Marquee’s new stage and expanded dance floor.
Highline Ballroom is a 700-capacity standing, 400-capacity fully seated venue located in the heart of Chelsea. Long known as the artistic heart of New York replete with its artist lofts, gallery spaces and charm, the Chelsea neighborhood was the perfect location choice for the space. Nestled beneath the High Line, a 1.45-mile-long elevated public space complete with landscaping and viewing outposts that runs through the West Side neighborhoods, the Ballroom boasts a state-of-the art sound and light system, a balcony, seated wings and a variety of floor setups.
The CATCH Rooftop is a new jewel along Manhattan’s downtown skyline. Resting atop the two story CATCH restaurant, the rooftop lounge is enclosed by glass and surrounded on three sides by a wrapping outdoor terrace. Both inside and out, guests are treated to panoramic views of the historic MEATPACKING DISTRICT, while looking down on its trademark cobblestone streets. Inside, iCrave Designs has conceived an interior of rich brown banquets and lacquered walls. The standout feature in the intimate, 200 person space is the overhead lighting, made up of row after row of oversized cylindrical bulbs that cast a soft light to patrons below, and flicker in pace with the music.
Gansevoort Park Rooftop and Lounge is nestled sky-high, twenty stories above Manhattan in the Gansevoort Park Rooftop. This expansive rooftop wonderland offers six distinct venues with unobstructed views of the Empire State Building and other iconic New York silhouettes. Unique features and intricate details include indoor and outdoor fireplaces, wrap-around terraces with glass inserts to city life below, handcrafted mosaic tiling and customized ethereal and sensual artwork by Deborah Anderson.