SPG Architects’ renovation of a penthouse in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City features 860 square feet of terrace wrapping the apartment. The warm natural tones of the furnishings contrast nicely with the abstract neutral architectural palette. Photograph by Daniel Levin
The dark hardwood flooring provides this bright and open kitchen with a strong foundation. The tall white cabinetry wall compliments the stainless steel appliances and highlights the amazing city views.
This modern backyard pool area features a concrete patio and sliding glass doors that allow for easy transition between the indoor and outdoor areas. An exposed beam overhang provides shade during the day, while the night brings a gorgeous view of the city skyline.
This minimalistic home office features a small black desk paired with a black leather chair and cowhide area rug. A midcentury modern red chair with a red and white polka for throw pillow adds a splash of color without distracting from the stunning urban landscape.
A white stucco wall lines this spacious outdoor sitting area, complete with two neutral sofas and a pair of black circular chairs. A woven neutral rug sits atop taupe square tiles, while the city skyline provides a gorgeous backdrop.
This minimalistic master bathroom offers a sleek, white double vanity paired with a charcoal gray backsplash and floor tiles in a similar hue. The most eye-catching feature, however, is the floor-to-ceiling window that offers a panoramic view of the Chicago skyline.