The Renwick

New York, NY

Architecture, Interior Design

Originally built as an extended stay hotel for artists, intellectuals, and literary figures, The Renwick was renovated and rebranded by Stonehill Taylor. Utilizing the hotel’s rich artistic history as a springboard for the design concept, the team crafted the loft-style, 173-guestrooms around the idea of a modern artist’s or writer’s studio. The public spaces are marked by bespoke design and art elements, including a dramatic poured terrazzo element and a wall installation of silhouetted human forms made of wire, strings and nails adorns the walls of the entry. The Renwick is a new kind of destination in Manhattan’s Midtown East neighborhood.


  • Conde Nast Traveler

    Friday October 20, 2017

    The historic brick building on East 40th Street, which has gone through various iterations since it was built in 1928, is perhaps best known for the famous literary and artistic ...

  • Lonny

    Friday October 20, 2017

    Designed by Kim Edwards of Stonehill & Taylor, the suite takes creative collaboration and Stein's history into account. We love the string art nudes made by a local artist that echoes Steinem's open ...

  • Hotel Management

    Thursday October 19, 2017

    The brand-new suite, located on the 10th floor of the hotel, was coordinated by Stonehill & Taylor’s senior designer, Kim Edwards, and evokes a classic French Salon with details like a vintage tea ...

  • Design Milk

    Wednesday October 18, 2017

    The Renwick, which was recently renovated by Stonehill & Taylor Architects and Planners, has a nostalgic interior design that pays homage to the literary greats of the American Lost Generation. Now, with ...

  • The Spaces

    Friday October 20, 2017

    The Gertrude Stein Suite, designed by Kim Edwards of Stonehill & Taylor, is its first room dedicated to a female writer and is styled accordingly. Books by the author – ...