Designed for nocturnal entertaining, this New York penthouse condo on the thirteenth road within the metropolis’s East Village was imagined by Jane Kim Design in collaboration with Ben Shulman. The darkish areas with rigorously re-imagined particulars like uncooked wooden and uncovered brick partitions exudes masculinity and elegance. The thirteenth Street Penthouse showcases masculine particulars all through, from the deep darkish colours to the glossy design strains. Stainless metal home equipment within the open kitchen have been matched with shiny surfaces breaking the monotony and including an additional dimension to the area.
Reclaimed wooden was used to decorate up the partitions, in addition to the kitchen counter, creating an interesting end result. By exposing the brick partitions, a stylishly uncooked dwelling surroundings was created. pure mild floods the house by way of darkish-framed home windows and bounces off the remaining white partitions. The stair main as much as the personal space was stripped to its uncooked metal end, sustaining the identical general design idea. Photographed by Alan Tansey, the house was designed intimately to supply its house owners a easy and classy entertaining setting. The loos weren’t forgotten: the blue, white and gray grasp tub positioned beneath a skylight reinforces the connection to the outside, whereas the visitor tub bathe is lined with textured slate and showcases a flooring clad in striped Moroccan tile.