Be inspired by this industrial style penthouse projected by Richard Meier, with a mix of contemporary and bohemian look.
Designed by Richard Meier in 2004, in a building also devised by the Pritzker Prize–winning architect, this modern penthouse in Manhattan’s West Village affords a panoramic view of the New York City skyline and the Hudson River.
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21-foot ceilings and walls of picture windows define the light-filled great room.
Southern exposure and all-white appliances blend into the cabinetry in the separate kitchen.
There is a spacious dining area where guests can enjoy a tasty meal.
Three bedrooms can be found in the main level, each with a suite bath and a large walk-in closet.
We can see a frosted-glass staircase, which ascends to the full-floor master suite. Dramatic views of the Manhattan skyline provide a breathtaking feeling.
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