Other recent design projects for Kravitz include Toronto’s Bisha Hotel where he and his team designed the entire seventh floor, which encompasses 13 rooms and three suites.
“That feeling of home,” was the look Kravitz told FASHION magazine he was going for with the project. “Especially the way I travel. You’re not going to be home for a few months. You’re looking to feel that renewed sense of home every day.”
One of his most publicized recent projects was the luxury condo development, 75 Kenmare Street in Downtown Manhattan’s fashionable Nolita (North of Little Italy) neighborhood, where he worked in conjunction with architect Andre Kikoski.
It was a breakthrough project or sorts for Kravtiz and his company, the chance to take on an entire, high profile New York hotel and really flex his decorating chops in an expansive way.
The model unit, 5A (priced at $4.495 million) is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo first previewed to the press as a sign of things to come which included organic materials and graphic prints.
Kravitz told Architectural Digest, “I thought about myself living there. Of course, you have to make it work so it’s appealing to a large group of eyeballs, but I thought, If I were to live here, what would I do?”