In a metropolis as crowded as New York, inexperienced areas and pure elements are typically neglected. This is not the case with the spectacular fashionable Broadway penthouse designed by Joel Sanders Architect. The problem is printed by a dynamic first flooring, conveniently linked to a roof terrace that provides panoramic views of Manhattan. According to the designers, the Eco-nice palette of synthetic (carpet, Richlite, recycled glass) and pure (recycled walnut, IPÃŠ decking, crops) provides crosses the border of the roof, eliding and on the same time confounding typical distinctions between inside and outdoor, pure and artificial. As it travels from loft inside to roof, this layered flooring plane responds to various house packages; inside the dwelling lounge, embedded upholstery evokes a textile yard, whereas on the roof terrace, a mattress of sedum defines a walkable outdoors carpet. Likewise, the recycled walnut flooring folds vertically to create a staircase that leads to an equivalent IPÃŠ roof deck. We ought to say this home meets our idea of a Fresh! home- how do you uncover it?