This unique apartment occupies an entire floor near the top of a 1920’s skyscraper. The project included the total replacement of all interior partitions, systems and finishes to achieve a modern, minimal aesthetic. The existing ceiling structure was exposed and restored, and central air-conditioning was carefully integrated. Off-white walls and epoxy resin floors create a visually "quiet" perimeter that contrasts with the material-rich elements at the core of the apartment. Zebrawood, anigre and rosewood built-in cabinetry anchor the functional elements of the apartment, while stainless steel, translucent Corian and etched glass elements introduce a luminous, ethereal quality at any time of day.
The luxurious master bathroom is a modernist composition in honey onyx, Corian and anigre. The rich palette of materials and quiet, minimal detailing combine to create a stunning yet restful visual experience. The onyx slab wall behind the bathtub is brought to life by dimmable fluorescent backlighting that can provide warm, brilliant illumination in the morning or a soft, romantic glow in the evening.