CNN.COM : Study Hotels- A bespoke concept for colleges featuring paintings by Carlo Trevisan

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"Working with architecture firm Digsau, McGowan created a first-floor lobby that's airy and clean, its long modern lines softened by light wood finishes, muted natural colors and cozy wingback leather chairs.
In the restaurant adjoining the lobby, called CO-OP, chef Craig Russell (an alum of beloved Philly BYOB Will) cooks up shareable American plates in a space inspired by a magazine photo McGowan saw of a Norwegian bait shop.
Upstairs, rooms (which start at about $240) are designed in minimalist luxury style and feature unique surrealist oil paintings commissioned by McGowan through local gallery Carré d'Artistes and painted by Italian artist Carlo Trevisan." 
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