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Studio Robert Jamieson
Interior Design by Studio Robert Jamieson seen at The Oyster Bar At The Roxy Hotel, New York - Oyster Bar At The Roxy Hotel
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Oyster Bar At The Roxy Hotel

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The Roxy Hotel in TriBeCa hired us to help realize a radical transformation of their public amenity spaces within the hotel. STUDIOjamieson took several under-utilized spaces and transformed them into branded programming within the hotel. We first inserted Jack's Stir Brew Coffee into a former egress bay of the facade. We were then commissioned to create a new Oyster Bar within the existing lobby restaurant area and a new concession stand to service their basement art-house cinema.

The Oyster Bar features custom brushed brass cold display cases, vintage clam-shell lighting sconces and Moroccan fish-scales mosaic tile.

The Concession stand features a custom curved wood and glass display case to compliment the existing cinema lobby geometry. The neon cinema sign was salvaged and retrofit to serve as the new menu board. Theater style lighting was added to complete the look.

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Design firm specializing in custom commercial and residential projects.

Robert has over 20 years experience working in the Architecture and design profession. He spent the first 10 years of his career working as a designer in New York City for the global architecture firm of Kohn Pedersen Fox and supporting Michael Arad and his award winning design for the World Trade Center Memorial. Robert then spent 7 years creating and leading the internal Store Design team for lifestyle retailer, Anthropologie, overseeing all domestic projects, their bricks and mortar launch into the UK/EU marketplace, and sister wedding brand, BHLDN.

Studio Robert Jamieson was formed in 2001 as an outlet for exploration of ideas outside of these professional contexts, and has continued as a full time endeavor since 2016. These varied experiences within the profession allows us to successfully engage projects at many different scales and typologies.