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Skyhouse by David Hotson

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by Allison last modified Sep 11, 2013

Skyhouse by architect David Hotson  in collaboration with interior design studio Ghislaine Viñas clarifies volumes with amusing elements cascading through the 21st through 24th floors of one of New York City’s first steel beamed skyscrapers. This penthouse blends space with playful measures. Everything revolves around the all surpassing views of Manhattan, framed out by the [...]




 

 

Skyhouse by architect David Hotson  in collaboration with interior design studio Ghislaine Viñas clarifies volumes with amusing elements cascading through the 21st through 24th floors of one of New York City’s first steel beamed skyscrapers. This penthouse blends space with playful measures. Everything revolves around the all surpassing views of Manhattan, framed out by the old arched windows. The design fools even the most clever critic, baffling all things conventional the conclusions unfold into hallways, lounging pockets, and whimsical escape routes by means of a tremendous slide or a rock climbing wall stretching to the home’s furthest peek. Around every corner architectural sculpture passes into another haven of living space using unprecedented craftsmanship in various surfaces of glass, wood, steel, metals, and fabrics.

via – Photographs © Eric Laignel


 

 

 
 
 

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