And the great thing about “anything”: it can be a lavish suite in a five-star London hotel.
In particular, the one at The Beaumont, a just-opened hotel in London’s Mayfair district that’s brimming with pomp, circumstance... and a gigantic sculpture with a suite inside, taking reservations now.
Check this place out. It’s like a British sequel to The Great Gatsby: palatial marble floors, art deco frescoes, a restaurant with crimson leather booths and those tiny little lamps—not to mention white-gloved porters who shed real human tears if you try to carry your own luggage (we assume).
But when you enter, you’ll notice: that huge, Transformers-looking thing perched above the entryway. That’s called ROOM. It was designed by a Turner Prize–winning sculptor named Antony Gormley. So technically it’s art. And it’s got a very small, very dark, very wood-paneled room inside that’s certified for human occupancy. So technically you can sleep there.
Not to get technical or anything.