73rd Road Penthouse by Turett Collaborative Architects

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Turett Collaborative Architects, the construction company that designed the condominium with a metallic slide inside the East Village, has simply recently completed one different progressive space, this one a triplex penthouse on the Higher East Aspect. A spokesperson for the company tells us “the attention to aspect on this [project] is unusually extreme — even by our necessities.” This was pushed by the consumer, who was fascinated with distinctive choices pretty than compromises.

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The house-proprietor traveled with architect Wayne Turrett to a distant quarry inside the Swiss alps useful determine the stone for the double-peak wall throughout the 15-foot-huge fireside. The hovering, meandering triple-peak stair has laser-reduce metallic helps and translucent resin treads that cantilever like stiff diving boards.

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The kitchen counter has an constructed-in double sink. The house gear are constructed into the wall.

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The second flooring, overlooking the lounge.

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The stairway from the second to third flooring.

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Stair tread factor. They cast warmth, orange-tinted shadows by way of the halls.

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Prime flooring.

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A bathroom, nevertheless not the grasp.

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The primary bed room.

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The grasp toilet bathe and seamless tub is in an all glass room. The glass is clear, nevertheless can flip opaque for privateness on the flip of a change.

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Right here the opaque defend is “on” for privateness.

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Water trickles down from a fixture inside the ceiling.

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A trough sink with two faucets. The remaining room, which is connected to the wall, seems to float.

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A aspect of the faucets inside the trough sink.

Pictures by Travis Dubreuil.

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