Exclusive Antique Collection And Iconic Views Shape Elite New York Penthouse

We typically talk about primary type and decor and have fashionable trendy kitchens and dwelling areas that current a up to date reinterpretation of the important designs. But this distinctive and inimitable thirtieth flooring penthouse situated contained in the Setai Wall Street is full of primary collectibles and antiques which have been rigorously assembled by its proprietor Alex Birkenstock. The residence was redone and customised by Steve Harivel, who’s in trend all by way of the planet for shaping the inside of the tasteful Soho House Hotels. Dazzling you with an array of bizarre and wonderful antiques, that is often a house for lots of who have to make a scorching type assertion!

NYC Penthouse living room combines the vintage rustic and industrial elements Exclusive Antique Collection And Iconic Views Shape Elite New York Penthouse

Located in a skyscraper that includes a nicely being middle, spa and valet suppliers, a bicycle room, a rooftop terrace and constructed-in WiFi suppliers, the lavish rental will drape you in unadulterated luxurious. Coming with two wonderful bedrooms and three loos that carry out historic decor additions, the penthouse itself supplies a soothing Jacuzzi and sauna together with unabated views of the prolonged-lasting New York City skyline, Statue of Liberty and the Hudson River inside the space. One of the 2 entrances of the penthouse leads correct proper right into a dwelling space that’s coated with reclaimed hardwood flooring from the Portuguese embassy in Paris. And that’s merely the beginning of the distinctive assortment that the luxurious residence holds!

Amazing interior of the New York City Penthouse with private antique collection Exclusive Antique Collection And Iconic Views Shape Elite New York Penthouse

Brilliant Lighting takes over at night

Interior of New York Penthouse customized by  Steve Harivel

Lovely use of artificial lighting to complement the natural light inside the penthouse

Napoleon III chairs, tufted sofa in mohair, vintage French leather club chairs in the living room

Reclaimed hardwood floors from the Portuguese embassy in Paris and vintage decor

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Chevron floors, exposed brick walls and vintage cabinets in the kitchen

Large glass windows offer unabated views of NYC

Large glass doorways separate the dwelling areas from the bedrooms and the large sauna toilet, whereas chrome steel Art Deco doorways from a Nineteen Twenties theater in Hawaii stand tall contained in the kitchen. The dwelling space Napoleon III chairs, tufted sofas in mohair, primary French leather-based-based mostly-based membership chairs and industrial-type lighting create a magical and timeless setting. Exposed brick partitions add to the general attraction of this penthouse that borrows generously from primary, Art Deco, industrial and rustic design parts. Yet state-of-the work residence gear and stylish suppliers are seamlessly intertwined on this earlier world setting.

Every room of this phenomenal area is adorned by European antiquities and weird primary additions which can depart you awestruck. Currently listed by Platinum Properties, this dream residence will set you as soon as extra by $12.ninety N million. But then as quickly as additional, its artistic interiors are appropriately and truly priceless!

Gorgeous antique chandelier lights up the NYC Penthouse

Vintage decor and Midcentury furnishings inside the NYC Penthouse

1930's floral patterned blue stone tiles from Belgium in the bathroom

Vintage clock and cabinetry inside the apartment

Slavaged doors from a theater in Hawaii grace the interior

Stunning chandelier and a roof with intricate patterns adds class to the space

Home Sauna in New York City Penthouse connected with the bath

Curated collectibles give the interior an Art Deco style

Expansive views of the NYC skyline from the penthouse on Setai Wall Street

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