14 Artist Collaborations From The ACE Hotel

14 Artist Collaborations From The ACE Hotel

The stylish but spartan ACE Hotel mini-chain works with artists local to each of their four locations, making each hotel a showroom of art installations; here is a collection of artist collaborations featured at each location.

Kyle Studstill
  • 4 february 2010

The stylish but spartan ACE Hotel mini-chain works with artists local to each of their four locations, making each hotel a showroom of art installations. Below is a collection of artist collaborations featured at each location.


Bronx-born artist Michael Anderson turned 4,000 NYC graffiti stickers into a mural for the lobby at Ace Hotel New York.

Ace Hotel x Chris Rubino from Jim Helton on Vimeo.

Chris Rubino paints four huge canvases for Ace Hotel New York.

Jeff Rogers painted three canvases for the ACE Hotel Opening in NYC.

Palm Springs

Interior designer Michael Schmidt placed a macrame installation in the Palm Spings hotel lobby.

Nina Garduno of Freecity screenprinted custom sheets for guests of the Palm Spring location.

Robert Lewis designed the “Love Lights” pair of lamps for guest rooms.

The Date Farmers made a site map for Ace Hotel & Swim Club

Sculptor Alma Allen crafted the wooded the side tables and stools featured in guest rooms.

Artist Margo Victor‘s motifs appear scattered around the hotel grounds.


Room 428 features a mural by Kenzo Minami.

Artist Morgan Brent Wick painted his pets in guest rooms.

Evan B. Harris is responsible for the stairway murals at the Portland location:

Shepard Fairey painted on the wall of a guest room.

KAWZ created a line of custom prints for Ace Hotel Seattle.

[img via NY Mag, Jeff Rogers, Remodelista]


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