Hospitality-focused architecture and interior design firm Stonehill Taylor has rebranded, the first refresh since its inception. The overhaul includes dropping the ampersand from the firm’s original name, along with the launching of a new website and a revamp of its social media channels.
“Deciding to simplify our name was a move to embrace the family of talent within our studio,” says Paul Taylor, president of the New York based firm. “The sophisticated and minimalist design reflects our commitment to staying contemporary.”
In recent years, Stonehill Taylor has expanded within the hospitality realm, diversifying its work from newbuild hotels, resorts and restorations/renovations of historic properties to restaurants, bars, user-oriented academic and health facilities, mixed-use developments and branding.
“Our studio has advanced over the past few decades to become one of the defining leaders in hospitality architecture and interior design,” says Taylor. “We create standout experiences, and reinvigorating our brand better reflects our work today and the constantly changing dynamics of the industry.”
Stonehill Taylor’s recent projects include the Moxy Times Square hotel, which is featured in the November 2017 issue of Boutique Design. The firm is also working on more than a dozen other properties in New York, such as the HY36 Hotel in the Hudson Yards district and the Cornell Tech Campus on Roosevelt Island. It’s also involved in projects in New Orleans, Nashville, Tampa, Orlando, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Seattle, Boston, Houston, Chicago and London.