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.
To take full advantage of the view from the homeowners' apartment, designers installed a pergola to help block the sun and give the space a bit of dramatic effect. Then, two outdoor lounge chairs were brought into the space to provide seating. Last, two abstract statues were added to complete the space and connect its design to that of the home's interior.
Steel-encased windows run from floor to ceiling on two sides of this modern, urban master bedroom, giving it a breathtaking city view. Variations of gray, blue, silver and gold dominate the color palette and provide a restful contrast to the urban din outside. Custom blackout curtains add pattern as well as privacy.