New York Palace

New York Palace

Budapest | Hungary

2006 | ID Tihany Design

Acquired by the Boscolo Group in February 2001, The New York Palace in Budapest reopened its doors to the public in 2006 following extensive renovation works that gave new life to one of the most interesting cultural and artistic symbols of the Hungarian capital.
The hotel has an unrestrained eclectic style, representing the work of the many different design studios involved in the project.
within this hotel Interna has been called to supply the furniture for the NY Café and part of the suites.
The NY Café, intriguing and magical blend of past and future, has been created by Adam D. Tihany. The suites, designed by the studio Papiri, are a mix of clean cuts, almost austere furniture in ebony and silver, and warmer furnishings in a classical style, such as headboards, bedside tables, wardrobes, lamps, which were all custom made by Interna.