* 뉴욕 부띠끄 호텔-[a boutique-hotel in Midtown Manhattan]

디자인 회사 인 Yabu Pushelberg는 뉴욕의 Times Square 근처에있는 이 호텔의 객실 공간을 절약하기 위해 캠핑 스타일의 가구를 만들었다. 그리고 야부 푸 셀 버그(Yabu Pushelberg)는 목시 타임즈 스퀘어 (Moxy Times Square)의 612개 침실 모두의 디자인을 담당했다. 이는 호텔 메리어트의 자회사로, 현대의 여행자를 위한 부티크 호텔 컨셉으로서, 스타일을 손상시키지 않으면서 저렴한 가격을 목표로 한다.
Midtown Manhattan에 위치한 이 호텔은 1907년에 건축된 건물을  보수 공사하여 작년에 새롭게 문을 열었고, 건축 설계 회사 Stonehill Taylor가 레이아웃을 재구성했다.

Design firm Yabu Pushelberg has created camping-style furniture to save space in the guest rooms of this hotel near New York's Times Square.


Yabu Pushelberg designed all 612 bedrooms at The Moxy Times Square – a subsidiary of hospitality company Marriott that aims to be affordable without compromising style, pitted as a "boutique-hotel concept for the modern traveller".


The hotel opened last year in a renovated property in Midtown Manhattan, which was built in 1907 to offer cheap accommodation to working class travellers. Architectural design firm Stonehill Taylor was responsible for reconfiguring the layout.


The Moxy's guest rooms range from 150 to 350 square feet (14 to 28 square metres). Most provide for more than two occupants, including queen beds that are butted end-to-end or twin bunkbeds for four people.

Yabu Pushelberg created a host of adaptable furnishings to make the most of the limited space, including chairs and tables designed to foldaway and hang from wooden wall pegs.


Guests can also store belongings on these hooks, which feature custom-made clothing hangers, while additional storage is built into the bed frames.


"The hotel's concept was built on the Moxy brand's design-forward sensibility, and is playfully executed with thoughtful detailing, honest materials, and basic exposed construction techniques," said The Moxy.

"A wide variety of cleverly designed bedrooms were conceived to be flexible and functional and adapt to modern traveller's changing needs."


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