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Lower East Side, NYC

As a designer for Soho House, Kellyann led the design vision from concept through installation to create the new NYC member’s club Ludlow House. 


Housed in a building with several past lives, including as a gold-leaf factory and most recently, a funeral home, Ludlow House has deep roots in the history of the city’s Lower East Side. The four-story building features a series of distinct rooms, designed with the quirky mix of styles and treasures you might find in an artists’ LES apartment. The Velvet Room, featuring mid-century chrome lamps, Chinese deco rugs, and a vibrant color palette, is named after John Cale’s apartment where he and Lou Reed recorded Velvet Underground Demos. The furniture is a mix of bespoke and vintage pieces, both locally-sourced and imported from abroad, with accessories and found objects from nearby junk shops, like an old ouija board and a pair of vintage roller skates from the 1970s.

- Winner of Gold at the NY Design Awards

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