ELEVEN by NeueHouse is an exclusive and sophisticated ode to those who wish to connect in real time in an environment that expresses ELEVEN members’ insistence on quality and authenticity.
ELEVEN was conceived to incubate, connect and inspire the most successful artists and entrepreneurs. It combines privacy, elevated design and personalized services with the power of connections to creative leaders. Building off of the signature design style of NeueHouse, this elevated and exclusive floor has skyline views of Manhattan and iconic furnishings blended with bespoke millwork and artisanal light fixtures, delighting those who appreciate classic design and quality craftsmanship.
Entry through a generous hotel-style lobby and concierge leads to the centre of the space featuring a large communal open concept kitchen with a variety of seating options, dark walnut cabinetry and black metal detailing. Custom-made screens, in the form of a modernist grid of fluted glass, bronze mesh and wire glass mediate areas of openness and privacy to balance members’ need for public and private, social and individual experiences. The main executive boardroom allows for a similar private or open experience with its smart glass wall which can fade from transparent to translucent. Seating arrangements are residential in scale to maximize comfort, and lighting addresses both task and ambiance. A changing display of original contemporary art adds to the floor’s magic. ELEVEN offers a limited collection of custom-designed atelier desks and fully private studios. These are accompanied by meeting rooms, phone pods, lounges, shower facilities, as well as a wellness and tranquility room.
Throughout, a soothing palette of limited neutral colours, and natural, enduring and timeless materials, ELEVEN by NeueHouse treats members and their guests to a calm place that allows focus on what really matters – fostering new connections and setting the stage for cultural experiences.
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