Piaule Catskill is a minimal property positioned in Catskills, New York, designed by Garrison Architects. The boutique lodge is created by Nolan McHugh and Trevor Briggs, founders of the homewares model of the identical title. The property provides an escape for metropolis dwellers by means of its 24 cabins, a most important communal space and an expensive spa.
The Piaule Catskill cabins function floor-to-ceiling home windows that span wall to wall, creating immersive views of the wooded landscapes surrounding. Minimal furnishings spherical out the clear aesthetic. They embrace items from Kati von Lehman, natural linens from Portugal, Japanese glassware, and beds and accent tables designed by Piaule. En-suite bogs function heated flooring and customized tub facilities made in collaboration with Village Frequent.
The communal space, housed in an expansive cabin, options the property’s check-in space, restaurant and lounge areas on the principle ground. Giant floor-to-ceiling home windows flood the house with pure gentle and supply full views of the sweeping panorama. Piaule-designed tables alongside Carl Hansen & Son seating mix design and luxury. One ground under is the spa and wellness house that function a steam room encased in pure bluestone, a cedar-lined sauna and a chilly plunge pool.
Pictures by Sean Davidson.