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The stylish penthouse suite by Jacques Grange at the Mark Hotel in New York

by Leona Liu on Jul 4, 2016 in Interiors
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Crafted by renowned interior designer Jacques Grange, The Mark Hotel’s new penthouse in New York speaks of exquisite French elegance

Situated in one of Manhattan's most exclusive neighbourhoods, surrounded by the Upper East Side’s premiere museums, retailers and restaurants and the splendor of Central Park, The Mark Hotel’s new penthouse has been created by famed French designer Jacques Grange, and marks the beacon of high French style in NYC.

The Mark Penthouse Grand Staircase, Todd Eberle

Grand staircase

Equally adept at creating grand spaces of striking modernity and theatrical effect, as well as serene havens of quiet luxury, Grange, whose clients have included some of the world's greatest and most exacting style-setters, among them Yves St. Laurent, Valentino, Karl Lagerfeld and Caroline, Princess of Monaco, has decorated the luxury property with Parisian chic.

Formal living room

Formal living room

Like all other rooms and suites revamped by Grange, the stylish suite has been imagined as a luxurious, serene retreat, but with a more subtle French touch.

The Mark Penthouse Master Bedroom, Todd Eberle

Master bedroom

Unleashing the full range of his talents, Grange has created private rooms that feature custom furnishings to be calm and soothing, whilst the public spaces are engaging and delightful.

Master bathroom

Master bathroom

The designer applied his bold vision and exacting eye for detail in designing the penthouse in a quieter and more private key.

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