FORT SUTTER Hotel, the spectacular new midtown lodgings designed by Randy and Stacy Paragary and built by architect Ron Vrilakas, is much more than a posh put to lay your head. The boutique resort is also a showcase for Sacramento artists.
Gracing the lobby is an impressive flooring-to-ceiling macrame partition by fiber artist Jamie McColl. The operate of five neighborhood painters—Micah Crandall-Bear, Raphael Delgado, Pat Mahony, Kim Squaglia and Susan Tonkin Riegel—hangs in the guest rooms and corridors of each individual of the hotel’s five floors. An art gallery positioned concerning the café and lodge bar options artwork that will transform monthly.
“It was critical to the house owners that they bring in regional experts and artists through the task,” suggests Rachel Glabe Taylor of Glabe + Taylor Architecture, who collaborated with Stacy Paragary on the inside style. “You sense this adore and passion in the house that tends to make it experience far more personalized and more intentional. The artwork definitely created it a extra successful project for the reason that it speaks to Sacramento.”