The Romanesque building that houses Hotel Henry in Buffalo, New York, was originally constructed by architect H.H. Richardson in 1872 to serve as the Richardson Olmsted Campus, a former hospital. Another industry legend, landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed New York City’s Central Park, joined him in creating this truly remarkable National Historic Landmark. The property spans 42 acres and was repurposed in 2017 as an “urban resort,” offering 88 guest rooms along with locally sourced cuisine, architectural tours and numerous gathering spaces; pictured here is one of the many nooks that allow for both relaxation and social activities. Moved by the unique floor plan of the hotel as well as this uplifting color palette, we selected a vibrant assortment of products reminiscent of the hotel’s multipurpose nature.
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