I am still shaking.
My heart is melted.
I can’t go even to eat my breakfast. Because firstly I have to share it with You guys.
Completed in 1896, this building remains one of the earliest surviving skyscrapers in New York City. The Skyhouse project, a 6,600 sf penthouse in lower Manhattan is renovated by architect David Hotson. I assume, You agree, this is a masterpiece! And look, penthouse constructions are adapted for climbing!
Decor was handled by interior Designer Ghislaine Viñas. He said: “The architecture is very strong and I did not want the clients to feel like they were living in a museum so I had to really focus on making the home livable and a bit more relaxed.” Well done, Ghislaine Viñas! Mirror-polished stainless steel tubular slide looks really so livable here. It’s a perfect decision for kids to go downstairs. My focus is directed to the interior, which is so reserved and clinic white, but in the same way holds some unlooked-for elements: neon orange door, black mat horse-shaped floor-lamp, floral sofa with some vintage flair and so on.
In case You are not enough – take a 2D journey HERE.