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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 10, 2012 01:02 AM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Mar 01, 2012

So unless you are rich/lucky enough to live in this fancy New York City apartment, you probably won’t get to see these kinds of views/window placements/angles. But, they sure are fun to drool over and enjoy, mais no? We’ve been pretty captivated by really monotone, neutral spaces lately. We love — Continue reading …




 

 

So unless you are rich/lucky enough to live in this fancy New York City apartment, you probably won’t get to see these kinds of views/window placements/angles. But, they sure are fun to drool over and enjoy, mais no? We’ve been pretty captivated by really monotone, neutral spaces lately. We love how calm they feel. How rich and sophisticated they seem. We love that they really let the architecture of a space sing.

“Della Valle Bernheimer acted as both architect and developer of this residential project located between two vibrant and evolving neighborhoods—the Meatpacking District and Chelsea—on the west side of Manhattan. On the edge of what once was the shoreline of Manhattan, the bold design for this mixed-use condominium project appears resolutely within its context. Severe in mass and profile, the confident exterior of the tower belies its carefully-muted interiors.” This apartment designed by Bernheimer Architecture.

What do you think about this space? Those views sure don’t hurt, do they?

Images: Architizer

 

 

 
 
 

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