If you check into a Standard from now on, you'll be able to tune into films ranging from four to seventy-four minutes, and spanning the decadesthere's even a Jean-Luc Godard film in there.
The party for StandART itself was an informal affair, with a viewing corner for the films just off of the small, 4-foot-feep pool that's perched in the black bar area of the Standard's infamous 18th floor. Although no one dare get their duds wet, we did enjoy the design of the space, particularly the tilework throughout; glossy mixed with matte tiles caused the entire room to appear playfully splashed with water, even if the pool remained untouched.
And the views...oh, the views. Check out our gallery of more shots from the StandART party above, and then perhaps you'll see why we have no adequate words to describe what it is to see the city below you and glowing, late on a winter's night.