The elegance of this bedroom, the master suite, is in the varied textures: a wood backdrop for the television, wood-and-steel ceiling, plaster walls. Asymmetrical windows allow a peek out into—and access to—the backyard.
A unique steel structure supporting the mansard roof of this Manhattan building was exposed during renovation to create a loft-like feeling in the penthouse. A daybed now hangs from one of the girders to provide extra seating in the open living room with a fun touch that might appeal to the family's two teenagers.
Stepping inside, guests will find a great room that's rich with natural light. Steel beams painted black offer a cool contrast to the crisp white walls, while a large chandelier further accentuates the vaulted ceilings.
The living room shows off the home's two-story glazed wall and exposed steel beams in all their striking glory. Floor-to-ceiling windows wraparound the space and intimately connect it to its canal setting.
Designer Jordan Iverson wanted this dining room light fixture to evoke a colorful, messy look in contrast to the sleek, modern aesthetic of the home. It took three people to hang the red powder-coated steel beams from which the lighting cords hang.
This custom project was built as the clients' forever home. Complete with a three-stop elevator, two-sided fireplace, 26' exposed steel I-beam, spa-like master bath and hand-fabricated custom perforated steel handrails, this house is a force to be reckoned with.
This custom project was built as the clients' "forever home." The uniquely designed entry system leads the visitor to four separate landings as the stairs wind around and turn from concrete to "floating steel" stairs towards the top. The concrete was formed to give it a unique detail, and there are two integrated planters along the way up as well. Inside, the home offers a three-stop elevator, two-sided fireplace, 26' exposed steel I-beam, spa-like master bath and hand fabricated custom perforated steel handrails.
White cabinets, walls and range hood create a bright surrounding for the stainless steel stove in this kitchen. A natural wood range hood trim and exposed ceiling beams stand out against the stark backdrop and give the design a cozy finish.