The Iconic Mid-Century Design Of The Four Seasons Restaurant In NYC

Immerse yourself in the modern and luxurious design of the Four Seasons Restaurant and discover just why it won an award as a Design Icon.

The Four Seasons never went unnoticed by the world, and rightfully so. Its restaurant in NYC brought home an award as a Design Icon for the timeless representation of the mid-century design that won’t cease to steal our hearts. Check for yourself!


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If you’re looking for the best representation of mid-century modern design in a restaurant, then the Four Seasons is the one for you. It brings us all the elements of the style incorporated into an ambiance of elegance and luxury that can’t, and definitely wasn’t, ignored.

It’s this restaurant we’re obsessed with that we’ll show you today. You can see for yourself just why it’s considered such an icon in the world of hospitality design.

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The iconic Four Seasons Pool Room is a designer’s dream. The mid-century style is present not only on the walls, warm tones, conjugation of colors and elements of nature, metal, fabric and wood combined, but also in the exquisite lighting and chairs. The pool in the center of the room brings a touch of marble and the feeling of freshness that the space needed.

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Taking us back in time with this romantic design and a clear vintage New York vibe, the Four Seasons doesn’t cease to surprise us with this space. Red velvet chairs and rug to cover the floor, glass tables, nature elements and simple but warm and cozy lighting, this design hits the nail right in the head.

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Collins dining chair is a retro chair with a chic feel, upholstered in velvet and supported by tapered glossy black legs with rich accents of polished brass. Comfortable, stylish and functional!

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Are you obsessed with this space as much as we are? We thought so. It’s captivating how they add the nature elements to an extent we haven’t seen before, with the bold addition of the tall trees that reach the ceiling, the use of a beautiful green color in the velvet chairs and wooden tables, all contrasting with the metallic arms and legs of the chairs, as well as the earthy tones of the rest of the space and warm lighting.

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With a more pink look, this bar on the Four Seasons is the place to be for mid-century lovers. The mixture of different fabrics and materials fascinates us, from the velvet chairs to the contrast with the leather stools, or the marble of the floor and bar counter with the metal of the stool’s legs.

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This magical design is unique to the Four Seasons and visible in every little detail in the restaurant and bar. If you wish to experience what the real mid-century style feels and looks like, then visit the Four Seasons restaurant. You won’t regret it.

Photos © Four Seasons


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