A glimpse of LA’s new Soho House, Holloway House – Haute Living | Ad On Picture

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Soho House is a household name and every location – with a lot in common. So what should you expect Holloway House, its newest location on Holloway Drive, just steps from its first Los Angeles location, Soho House West Hollywood?

You’re about to find out.

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This home has 34 bedrooms in five types: Cozy, Small, Medium, Big, and Big Accessible. The bedrooms are located on the middle three floors and feature a unique design that reflects the local landscape, history and culture. Each is decorated with 1960s-inspired furniture, aged hardwood floors, and woven tapestries made from fabrics specially designed for the location in Southern California. Rooms are outfitted with velvet or bouclé upholstered beds, accompanied by burl wood end tables and ceramic bedside lamps on either side. Larger rooms are also furnished with sofas and a stone coffee table.

Bathrooms feature textured walls, mosaic stone floors, hand-blown vanity lamps, and natural brass fixtures. Some of the larger bedrooms have sliding glass and wood doors separating the room from the bathroom, as well as Empire tubs.

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Bedrooms can be booked by Soho House members and Soho Friends and are also open to the public. Soho Friends is a new membership type that offers access to Soho House bedrooms, studios, events and benefits at the spas, restaurants and cinemas. Soho Friends members do not have access to the houses unless staying in a bedroom.

Away from the busy streets nearby, the House features a club floor with a vaulted ceiling restaurant and lounge seating that extends to the courtyard bar, built so that the outdoor spaces are an extension of the indoor spaces. It’s also home to an impressive art collection, bringing together a collection of artists all under 40 and from Los Angeles, as well as a courtyard bar and rooftop terrace.

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Spaces include rooftop Mandolin Mezze, which serves mezze-style small plates and organic Greek wines from Miami restaurant Mandolin Aegean Bistro, with patio furniture in a neutral color palette that lets through the bold checkered floor tiles complemented by the umbrellas with burgundy piping and anchored by a commissioned abstract mural by local artist Jessalyn Brooks.

Located on the ground floor, the club features 1960’s style mint terrazzo floors. Dark wood paneling and custom pieces of furniture ground the space and provide warmth — a balanced contrast to the space’s vibrant terrazzo floors. Neutral-toned velvets and patterned fabrics line the space, and large doors connect the interior to the bar.

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The bar and library are extensions of the club, with light-filled atriums and an al fresco space for eating and drinking, with the bar at the heart of the space serving house tonics and other menu favorites. The club’s mint terrazzo floor and tabletops flow seamlessly throughout the indoor and outdoor spaces, which are warmed with gold-hued fabrics to complement the various shades of green surrounding the bar. Just off the bar is the Library, an intimate space with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and seating that’s also designed for live entertainment, member events, and performances.

Last but not least spatial is the restaurant, which offers a warm transition with its vaulted ceiling and the light, oak-stained floorboards. Rich burgundy leather booths anchor the dining area, paired with vintage chairs and burl table tops. The restaurant’s cuisine serves the house’s best-selling favorites across its 36 hotels worldwide and allows members to sample international fare from Mumbai to Berlin, while drawing strong influences from Miami’s Mandolin Aegean Bistro.

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Inspired by the Southern California landscape as well as the art movement in the 1950’s and 1960’s if artists like it Ed Ruscha, David Hockney, Robert Erwin and others found unlikely homes in the city.

One cannot mention Holloway House without discussing its art. This concentrated collection is contributed by artists under the age of 40, born or educated in LA, with experience ranging from emerging, young voices to established, global names. Throughout the club, restaurant, library and bar, the Holloway House collection embraces the diversity of the Los Angeles art scene, with artists of all backgrounds producing works in a range of mediums including sculpture, photography, works on paper, paintings and more textile-based pieces. The 34 boutique rooms each feature a unique work of art Dan Siman-Tov, Dominique Labaki or Elizabeth Ibarra.

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This particular site features several bespoke pieces including:
Diedrick Brackensyoungest participant in the Made in LA Biennale (2018) at the Hammer Museum in LA, created a tapestry work for the club.
• Fresh from his successful show François Ghebaly, Sayre Gomez produced a new painting for Holloway House, another engagement with him Halloween town Series.
• That Finley Brothers, kohshin and dolphin, Angeleno “Renaissance men” agreed to produce a new piece each for this collection, where they will be displayed side by side.
• Painter Jessalyn Brooks was commissioned for the mural on the roof of Holloway House, which paints a work of abstracted, intertwined bodies, reflecting the colors of the surrounding decor and the California landscape.

Soho House’s art collection is one of the largest private collections of its kind, with over 6,000 works of art on permanent display in Soho Houses around the world. As an integral part of Soho House’s identity, the collection plays a key role in interacting with the creative community, showcasing the work of museum-level artists alongside younger and emerging talent.

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Holloway House is located at 8465 Holloway Drive, West Hollywood, CA 90069

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