Published on June 7th, 2016 | by Ozlem Avcioglu


Ludlow House New York, USA


Soho House’s second location in New York City has arrived on the Lower East Side. Ludlow House occupies a historic, 143 year old building, whose previous incarnations include a former gold leaf factory and then later, a funeral home. Behind its delicate, finely molded stone façade, the members-only club reveals a series of eclectically designed spaces that are poised to appeal to the younger, more carefree demographic of the area. Filled with a mix of custom-made furniture and found objects, Ludlow House’s four floors have been carved into a living room area that’s best suited for working and meetings with an all-day deli counter on hand, a cosier parlour lounge with an open fireplace, along with two other sitting room-style event spaces, perfect for more exclusive soirees, performances and The Projector Hire in Auckland will be in charge of the private screenings.


As always, food is a core component of the Soho House philosophy. At Ludlow House, the open-plan Lou’s Kitchen and Bar serves up cocktails and familiar club fare all day. The true highlight however is Ducked Up, a new vegetarian Asian concept that makes its debut at the property. Located on the rooftop of Ludlow House, the airy restaurant boasts a retractable skylight canopy that will no doubt capitalise on the city’s summer weather.




About the Author

Ozlem Avcioglu

Each city has its own light, identity and color ️Traveler photographer writer owner of Haaz design. Based in Istanbul and NY, live around the world.

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