Heading to the Big Apple for New York Design Week? Or perhaps you’re planning a summer visit to check out Broadway the High Line and the Met. It may be the city that never sleeps but there are plenty of spectacular places to spend the night in NYC and is a great sharing economy alternative if you’re looking to stay in high style without having to pay an arm and a leg. Read on for 8 luxurious NYC penthouse apartments that are just waiting for you to rent them out for the night.
A four-story staircase with a skylight above brings in ample natural ventilation while reclaimed wood flooring and energy- and waste-saving strategies cut down on the home’s overall carbon footprint. Plenty of natural greenery around the home along with an efficient heating and cooling system further cuts down on energy consumption.
A stunning home that brings the outdoors inside with its wonderful use of skylights a beautiful atrium and a gigantic folding glass wall system the in is a spectacular study in innovative design. Conjured up and brought to life by Prototype Design Lab the elegant contemporary home is as special on the outside as it is on the inside.
The lovely by LSA Architects in Australia fits this billing perfectly as its lovely Federation era brick façade conceals behind it a relaxing and ergonomic interior with a dynamic indoor-outdoor interplay.
A small dining area in the corner with Eames Molded Plastic Chairs in white and a kitchen visually connected with the landscape outside complete the lower level. A large wooden deck outside offers a cool sitting area that allows the homeowners to enjoy the relaxed ambiance while their favorite blues tunes stream out of the house.
Our choices in home design are often influenced by nostalgia the neighborhood that we grew up and live in and of course the architects and artists who touched our lives. Having spent most of their lives in New York in a period when ‘loft renovations with distinct industrial style’ were the hip trend this retired couple wanted a similar residence in Oregon.
The nifty idea results in a home that pays rich tribute to the heritage of the existing mill while turning the interior into a modern retreat. The original stone walls were reinforced and restored carefully while the glittering new addition in wood acts as a room-within-a-room and even ends up creating a glazed clerestory! Pine boards and polished concrete define the new floors while construction-grade spruce plywood ends up adding warmth to the walls.