NoMad New York Culture

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We are honored to work with a community of exceptional collaborators to bring each NoMad to life and to support the communities around us.


Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch of the acclaimed New York-based design studio Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors.

Roman & Willams

Interiors London
For the interiors of NoMad London, Sydell partnered with Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch of the acclaimed New York-based design studio Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors. For NoMad’s first foray into Europe, Sydell CEO Andrew Zobler wanted to convey the brand’s distinctly New York sensibility. Having worked with Robin and Stephen in the past to design the Freehand Hotels, Zobler was confident that Roman and Williams would showcase the theatricality of the building while also lending a transformative sense of warmth, comfort and intimacy to the former courthouse and jail. Additionally, Roman and Williams are currently collaborating on the redesign of the British Galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, giving them a unique insight into the dialog between the culture and history of New York and London.
Suite with table, desk, velvet table and velvet chairs.

Jacques Garcia

Interiors New York, Los Angeles
French interior designer Jacques Garcia possesses a truly unique style, mixing 17th- and 18th-century references with modern influences to create a timeless interpretation of French elegance. From his work as an interior decorator for clients such as the Sultan of Brunei, to his high-profile re-creation of an 18th-century tea house for Ladurée on the Champs Elysées; and the design of the always relevant Hôtel Costes, his body of work is timeless. Garcia has renovated private and public spaces around the world, including many hotels in Paris. NoMad is his first hotel in New York. The design draws from his private, idiosyncratic residences and is inspired by his time in Paris as a young man.
Room with drawer, lamp, metal sculptures ad wall with assorted contemporary framed art.

be poles

art curation New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, London
The Paris-based design studio be-poles developed NoMad's art program based on the idea of the “voyage” at large, inspired both by NoMad’s Parisian-influenced style and by be-poles’s collection of photographic books, the Portraits de Villes, in which a selected photographer has carte blanche to give his or her own vision of a city. The art is an invitation to a personal and intimate journey through 19th century correspondence, vintage travel collectibles from the 20th century, and the contemporary vision of artists via original photography and sketches. To achieve this, vintage artworks have been sourced in antique shops throughout France. Personal contributions have also been made by both the photographers and artists of the Portraits de Villes collection as well as by Antoine Ricardou, art director of be-poles, all of whom have drawn on their personal production of “carnets de voyage” over the past 20 years. As a result, each guest room’s art is unique, while at the same time communicating a consistent story of a beautiful journey through time and space. Be-poles is a creative studio dedicated to the graphic representation of brands. With its “Graphik Design™, Identity & Culture” global approach, be-pôles creates lasting visual identities that respects the universes of its clients. Be-poles worked with The NoMad to produce its global brand identity and visual identity. Be-poles prior clients include Agnes b., Colette, Louis Vuitton, Merci, Shanghai Trio, Sotheby’s, Théâtre des Champs Elysées, and Wool and the Gang.
Contemporary art installation at The Lab in Los Angeles.


Retail Los Angeles
/THE LAB/ is a creative platform featuring exclusive contemporary art and design collections curated by Emmanuel Renoird and Nicolas Libert, two French art and design collectors who created concept store, PLEASE DO NOT ENTER. /THE LAB/ entrance is located at 649 S. Olive Street.
Retail store with shoes and leather goods display and table and wall with various skin care products.

WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie

Inspired by timeless, functional design classics, WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie was conceived out of a “want” for premium quality leather goods to house the “essential” professional and personal products that we use in our modern everyday lives. It aims to create a balance between a traditional style and a modern compatibility. The brand’s core value, identified on its products by its ubiquitous gold and silver zipper, is to achieve unity through contrast. WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie has developed a number of products in collaboration with NoMad.



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Community Support

World Central Kitchen

Founded in 2010 by Chef José Andrés, World Central Kitchen uses the power of food to heal and strengthen communities through times of crisis and beyond. Since its founding, WCK has served more than 18 million meals to those impacted by natural disasters and other crises around the world. In early March, WCK's Chef Relief Team activated #ChefsForAmerica, a movement to provide nourishing meals to hard hit communities during the COVID-19 outbreak. In partnership with WCK, our NoMad kitchens in New York and Los Angeles are providing hundreds of meals each day to health care workers and those in need. Together there is strength in numbers. Every reservation at NoMad New York includes a one-dollar donation per night to support our charitable partner WCK and their work.