10 Presidential Suites with Contemporary Style

In honor of Presidents Day, we've rounded up 10 contemporary presidential suites that break with tradition—by featuring custom furnishings, bold lighting, and even a few playful swings.

1. The Line DC by INC Architecture & Design

The chande­lier, dining table, and chairs are custom.

2. The Jaffa by John Pawson

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Michel Ducaroy designed the chairs and sofa, respectively, in the dining/living area.

3. Hotel Seamarq by Richard Meier & Partners Architects

In the penthouse presidential suite, Lazzeroni Studio’s armchairs sit between Christophe Pillet’s lounge chairs and sofa. 

4. 1Hotel Brooklyn Bridge Park by INC Architecture & Design and Marvel Architects

Floor planks are engineered reclaimed pine.

5. Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa by EDG Interior Architecture + Design and Delawie

The 1,800-square-foot suite has a view of Camelback Mountain. 

6. 1Hotel South Beach by Meyer Davis Studio

Cowhide rugs soften the sitting area’s engineered white-oak floorboards.

7. Hotel Alessandra by Rottet Studio

The living room of the 1,600-square-foot suite centers on a custom sectional sofa upholstered in mohair. 

8. Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown by AC Martin Partners

The presidential suite’s bathroom boasts a marble-composite tub.

9. Hôtel Monville by ACDF Architecture

Custom furniture in the Monville Suite includes a wool-covered ottoman.

10. W Bellevue by HKS

Swings in the Wow Suite's bathroom evoke a lake house porch.

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