Hospitality is our Specialty
Rochdale Spears Projects is a dedicated service producing bespoke and customized fine furniture, lighting and artwork to our interior design, hotel and hospitality partners globally.
From case goods to upholstery, metal to fine timbers, we produce everything in-house to ensure the highest quality standards are maintained, setting us apart from other hospitality suppliers.
SOME OF OUR AWARD-WINNING PROJECTS INCLUDE:
A NEW YORK CITY ICON
Described as one of New York City’s most exceptional landmarks, The Beekman is located in a once-abandoned site in lower Manhattan.
Our team worked alongside prestigious design firm Martin Brudnizki on developing products, crafting unique finishes and sourcing exceptional materials. Antiqued burl walnut, hand-hewn oak, industrial iron and opulent marble are just a few of the materials that were used to bring Brudnizki’s vision to life.
The result was over 4,000 exceptional vintage and bespoke pieces; an incredible array of styles and finishes which reflected the rich architectural history of the building.
OLD MASTER, NEW WORLD
With a history that dates back four centuries, and a colorful cast of previous inhabitants (Golden Age merchants, a musician, an art dealer and a book collector, to name a few), the hotel Pulitzer in Amsterdam is one of the city’s most treasured architectural and cultural icons.
Approaching this ambitious project, our team worked closely with the Pulitzer’s in-house designers to produce pieces for all bedrooms, and some suites and public areas, which combine its unique heritage with contemporary Dutch design. In addition to unique headboards that take on the distinct shape of the rooflines in Amsterdam, our craftsmen also hand-produced exquisite, custom-designed Art Deco style trolleys to house its modern mini-bars.
Situated on the banks of the Thames and occupying the space within Sea Containers House, the first Mondrian branded hotel in London represents a very successful collaboration with Tom Dixon. Our team worked very closely with Dixon’s Design Research Studio for more than two years on developing the project, which included the completion of three sample rooms prior to the main production run of bespoke furniture for all 360 of its rooms.