New York–based Sydell Group led the design, which incorporates 60-foot vaulted ceilings, grand copper entry doors, intricate millwork, and ornate brass detailing.
Following the LINE’s Los Angeles flagship—an edgy, Sean Knibb–designed space in a stripped-down, concrete-heavy 1960s building in Koreatown—the eclectic D.C. neighborhood of Adams Morgan seemed an odd change of direction for the hotel’s sophomore iteration.
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It’s a bit ironic that fitness centers tend not to have the greatest physique themselves. The predominant gym aesthetic is best described as utilitarian, even schlubby, replete with easy-to-scrub finishes, unflattering fluorescent lighting, and militaristic battalions of machines. Maybe, if you’re lucky, there’s a zingy colored accent wall.
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