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T he New York Times Sunday Magazine once d e s c r i b e d A n d r e w Fisher and Jeffry Weisman's interiors as "drop dead, big city chic." Even when they're doing it up casual, the chic factor dazzles: A pair of striking chandeliers in laid-back rope and papier mâché helps kick off the San Francisco duo's Fisher Weisman Collection now available through the Holland & Sherry showroom. The Oval Rope chandelier is handcrafted in steel and sisal rope, with optional colored sisal and customizable sizes and dimensions. The Fleur chandelier is handmade of steel and papier mâché, and offered in custom finishes and sizes. To the trade at Holland & Sherry, Dallas Design Center, 1250 Slocum St., Suite 736, Rebecca Sherman Luxe Lumens T he Sinclair, a new Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel in downtown Fort Worth, has reopened after temporarily closing in March due t o t h e p a n d e m i c . T h e 1 9 2 9 b u i l d i n g , w h i c h started life as headquarters for Sinclair Oil holdings, debuted as a hotel in January 2020 for a two-month run before closing out of an abundance of caution. The building was purchased in 2013 by Farukh Aslam, who developed it with Marriott Hotels. The Design firm ForrestPerkins worked with the Texas Historic Commission to preserve many of the glorious Art Deco features, including original stone walls and flooring and signature ZigZag Moderne design elements. The dramatic two-story former executive offices have been transformed into Of Patience and PreservatiOn a dazzling 16th-floor penthouse, referencing its Roaring '20s beginning. Cowhide chairs a n d m o s a i c floors in the Wicked Butcher restaurant and natural wood finishes in the rooftop Wicked Bar reference the hotel's Fort Worth roots. The 164-room hotel is touted as one of the country's most tech-forward and efficient in the country. Guest rooms have digitally controlled showers, touchscreen mirrors to order room service, and sophisticated technology that activates lighting, locks, and shades. In fact, the entire hotel operates off a lithium ion battery generator, making it the first battery-operated hotel. The Sinclair, 512 Main St., Fort Worth, Rebecca Fisher Weisman Collection Fleur chandelier, above, and Oval Rope chandelier, right The Sinclair lobby 52

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