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Mod Asian Penthouse Bedroom
Experience bird's eye views of China's capital city in this 5,000 square foot, two-story penthouse. Light-filled rooms flow seamlessly together for the ultimate in modern urban living. Sleek wood and bamboo surfaces used throughout the space contribute to the streamlined aesthetic, while subtle touches of traditional Chinese decor lend a sense of history and place.
Zen Bathroom With Cherry Wood Vanity and Large Window
This spa-like bathroom brings the outdoors in with a large window and patio doors that open to the backyard area. The vanity features a square sink with a contemporary chrome faucet, neutral countertops and flat-front cherry wood cabinets.
A striking onyx sink is the perfect complement to this Asian-inspired powder room. Complete with gold fixtures, a freestanding vanity and a wood-framed mirror, this small bathroom is an elegant place for freshening up.
This clever Japanese shoji panel closet runs along an entire 20-foot wall and has no side panels, so there’s plenty of room for clothes, a home theater, boxes, household goods and more. It was designed by Hanson Hsu of Delta H Design Inc., who used natural tone basswood with “Synskin” as a new technology substitute for delicate paper. The classic shoji design allows a beautiful contrast to the exposed wood trusses and concrete floors of the modern residential structure.
The large dining room is perfect for entertaining intimate parties or grand scale events. It features a paneled, exotic wood ceiling, floor-to-ceiling frameless glass panels overlooking one of the terraces and southern views of Lincoln Center and the Freedom Tower.
This neutral powder room features floor-to-ceiling wood paneling and stone mosaic tile. A bold marble countertop adds flair to the distressed vanity, while lantern-style metal lighting gives the room an Asian-inspired touch.
One of the primary design goals of this gorgeous master bedroom retreat was to seamlessly blend indoors and out. Large sliding glass doors can be moved back in good weather, making the walls disappear. And the concrete flooring is the same in the interior and exterior spaces to further unify the two.