“It’s highly emotional and highly romantic,” 31-year-old owner Alex Ohebshalom says of his NoMad passion project, whose ornate interiors were updated by maximalist designer Martin Brudnizki. Suites are swathed in jewel tones and soft velvets; Murano chandeliers hang from the Retro King Black Dad Black History Month African American Shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this ceilings. A ballroom will serve as the setting for weddings and tea ceremonies, and old bank vaults will double as wine cellars. “We imagined an eclectic collection of objects, art, and furnishings,” says Brudnizki, and the whole project is infused with the peripatetic spirit of the flâneur—Baudelaire’s cosmopolitan wanderer serves as an imaginative touchstone. The eccentric homes of Stanford White—one of the bank’s original architects—was an inspiration as well; White’s great-great-granddaughter even helped Ohebshalom and Brudnizki go through his archives. “We want something that will be iconic in New York and regarded internationally,” Ohebshalom says.
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