Gachot Studios is a New York City-based interior design studio and it was created by the interior designers John and Christine Gachot in 2012. Their team brings together diverse skills in real estate development, art direction, and interior design to overcome the constraints of physical space and deliver thoughtful, project-specific products. Come with us and check a few of their impressive design projects!
Upper West Side Townhouse
Melding timeless craft with modern technology, Gachot Studios aims to create projects with a refined aesthetic and radical sense of place. The firm designed this project for an exacting art-collecting couple. This historic Upper West Side townhouse is all about form and light. Gachot Studios sought to deliver while making a space that was human, textured, and liveable.
Simplicity, elegance, and acute attention to detail are Gachot Studios guiding values. This design project is in NoHo, New York, this home is laid out in a classical uptown style, with true rooms and a steadfast sense of space. It was published in Architectural Digest.
Prince Street Triplex
Gachot Studios renovated this 12,000 square foot three-story penthouse residence in SoHo, New York. This home project includes a screening room, spa, gym, wine room, exterior hot tub, sky bar, and yoga studio in a decommissioned water tower.
Gachot Studios treat every project as a unique expression rather than a vehicle for a rigid aesthetic. Shinola Hotel sews together two old buildings on central Woodward Avenue: the brick-fronted, 1915 TB Rayl Co. department store and a former Singer sewing-machine factory. Gachot Studio used contemporary elements to highlight the city’s history.
Pendry Manhattan West
Designed by Gachot Studios and located at Brookfield’s Manhattan West development in New York City, the 164-guestroom hotel, complete with a lounge, restaurant, and open-air terrace social space is scheduled to open in 2021.
This all-day Italian restaurant designed by Gachot Studios, draws inspiration from the spirit and piazzas of Southern Italy, with large storefront windows allowing light to pour in throughout the day. The dining room is comfortable and composed with varied seating options for casual dining and drinking, intimate dinners or large celebratory meals.
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