I’m a firm believer in creating your living space to be a haven from your day-to-day daily activities, a place and a dwelling that can uplift your spirit and re-energize your life. Well the below photographs of this penthouse loft does exactly that if only in my imagination. This multi-million dollar loft was designed by renowned Architect Michael Haverland. He cleverly used industrial conduits and materials (concrete, steel, walnut finishes, natural light, and hand-blown glass) to create a very clean and luminous modern look, while managing to keep the volume of the space and harnessing a warm environment.
I love the warm pastel colors used against the hard steel, concrete walls, walnut floors and window trims…the living room is an expansive 900-square feet. Oh did I mention that the total square footage in this penthouse duplex is 8,100 square feet, with sixteen-foot ceilings and has a listed price of $19.5 million. Those interested in acquiring this magnificent dwelling contact Jan Hashey at Prudential Douglas Elliman. The building is all-cement and was built in 19o9 and located in the heart of Greenwich Village New York.
I live in an industrial loft apartment unfortunately not as massive (hello no where near), but given my experience living in a (miniature by comparison) loft living space I wouldn’t have it any other way. Once you experience loft living, you can’t go back to your standard flat apartments. Okay one more photo to tantalize the senses….
Category: Interior Design