Project Description

Oklahoma City was deemed one of the Best Places to Travel by the Today Show for 2020 destinations primarily for its art and culture. The 21c Museum Hotel’s rich industrial heritage and experiential design helped the City earn this title. Situated in the former home of a Ford Motor Company assembly plant, the hotel is comprised of a contemporary art museum, a 135-room boutique hotel with spacious guest rooms, a rooftop deck, a cultural civic center, and the home of Mary Eddy’s Kitchen x Lounge which occupies the former automobile showroom.

Bison Versadjust Pedestals and 2×2 Smooth 8-Plank Ipê Wood Tiles crown the hotel’s rooftop deck space which includes outdoor lounging, recreation, and green roof areas framing the Ford assembly plant’s original water tower. The rooftop’s city views and easy access make the rooftop lounge perfect for nighttime entertaining, gatherings, and private events.


Location: Oklahoma City, OK USA
Architects: Deborah Berke Partners & Hornbeek Blatt Architects
Original Architect: Albert Kahn
Photographer: Mike Schwartz
Completion Date: 2016