The historic Hotel Syracuse, located in Syracuse, New York, was designed by renowned hotel designer William Stone Post of George B. Post & Sons of New York City in 1921 with the hotel built from 1922-1924. The 91-year old hotel was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
Grand Light designed and fabricated an amazing array of custom chandeliers and wall sconces for the Persian Terrace based on a historic photograph. A key element for the new fixtures was to assure that all of the colors that were being applied during this process were historically accurate, and closely matched the original fixtures style and aesthetics, as well as to compliment the colors of the ornate faux wood appearance and original hand painted images.
In addition to these custom chandeliers and wall sconces, the project required the restoration of the historic lighting ranging from large chandeliers, wall sconces and ceiling lights.
“We are delighted to celebrate the rebirth of the historic Hotel Syracuse as the Marriott Syracuse Downtown, and to commend all members of the project team for their leadership and vision.”
“The Historic Hotels Awards of Excellence are presented to historic hotels and hoteliers demonstrating innovative leadership, stewardship, and contribution to furthering the recognition, preservation, and celebration of these preeminent historic hotels and their histories.”
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The Marriott Syracuse Downtown Persian Terrace custom chandeliers and wall sconces installed.
Project Case Study
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