Tulsa Club Hotel fireplace makes Top 10 list
TULSA, OK– Lilly Architects’ project, The Tulsa Club Hotel, is being recognized for its restored original art deco fireplace. The hotel project was completed in 2019 and showcases the spirit of Bruce Goff’s original Art Deco design. The hotel was once a private club for Tulsa’s elite during Oklahoma’s oil boom of the 1920s.
“Fireplaces have been adding flare — literally and figuratively — to rooms since they first appeared in the castles, taverns and inns during medieval times. And while the fiery features are no longer the only available option when it comes to preparing feasts or keeping spaces warm, many of today’s properties, especially those welcoming guests in winter wonderlands, still employ luminous design details to ignite glowing reviews and make travelers feel more at home. From historic to haute, these hotel hearths light our fire.
#8. The Tulsa Club Hotel: The Sooner State’s second city is a treasure trove of art deco gems including this Bruce Goff-designed high-rise that was reopened part of the Curio Collection by Hilton in 2019. The remodel returned the tower to its former gilded glory with period-appropriate moldings, mirrors, metallic embellishments and by polishing up a spectacular original mosaic fireplace in the King Petite Lounge Suite.”