The designers divided this luxe rooftop deck into three main areas: a lounge with custom sofas, a sun deck with a dining table and an outdoor kitchen (not pictured). All three offer sweeping skyline views of Miami.
The warm, neutral walls and soft carpeting in this study create an inviting space to relax and take in the city views from the corner windows. A red velvet sofa and complimentary armchair share a glass coffee table, both positioned beside the wooden bookcase.
Getting rid of the interior walls in this city apartment gives the home an airy lightness and shows off the amazing urban setting from all over. The dining room has a spectacular skyline backdrop framed by exposed brick and a crisp black window trim.
The roof deck of this high rise building in Chicago includes an outdoor kitchen available to all the residents. Two grills make the high-demand space more practical; the designers positioned them together to keep the area less crowded when both grills are in use.
The designers wanted the living room to be approachable and sophisticated; furniture with lower seating was part of the plan. For warmth, they incorporated brass accents and more organic notes like the succulent and wood coffee table.