A stunning kitchen in white a smart living room and a spacious dining area make up the lower level of the house while the top floor holds the private spaces. Adding to the aura of the home is the refreshing pool in the backyard along with warm lighting which complements the natural light perfectly.
And this exclusive located fifty four floors high takes this to a whole new level as it offers panoramic views of the Statue of Liberty the horizon over Long Island and the whole of Central Park! Combining sophisticated and stylish interiors with the inimitable backdrop outside this penthouse crafted by Turett Collaborative Architects is indeed a dream home for anyone who loves the
Having a house that is located on an unusually steep site right next to a public garden comes with a unique set of challenges. But designing such a house becomes even more difficult when the owners wish to enjoy unabated views of the city skyline while maintaining a decent level of privacy.
Part of a larger renovation that saw the revamping of the entire house the new structure added to the backyard is composed of wooden cladding steel and glass. Housing an exceptional contemporary kitchen and a gorgeous dining area featuring the Saarinen Tulip table and chairs the new addition instantly elevates the overall appeal of the house.
Large frameless folding doors along with stylish sheer curtains ensure that the entire home is appropriately ventilated at all times. A and a heat regulation mechanisms help to keep the temperatures indoors as moderate as possible throughout the year.
Connecting the private and public levels is an astonishing all-glass library that opens up the house to the outdoors and ushers in ample ventilation. The copper and glass exterior adds to the glint of the residence while smart energy-saving technologies and top notch insulation help the home in staying on the side of the equation.
Crafted by MU Architecture to take complete advantage of the beautiful surrounding landscape the home features large sliding glass doors and windows that offer some much needed visual and textural contrast. The ground floor embraces this overdose of wood with an entry that is completely covered with wooden panels.