This light-filled, open floor plan duplex is transformed into a modern environment by our friends at Studio DB. Sculptural furniture and pieces from Uprise artists, including Luckey Remington and Erin Lynn Welsh, bring contrast to the light-filled space. The cloud-wall in the master bedroom confirms: this penthouse is out of this world.
Photos by Alexandra Rowley, courtesy of Studio DB
“As the space evolved, it was very clear that this would be a special apartment. The design objective for the project was to create a modern environment that draws from the character of the surrounding neighborhoods.”
“One of the main design goals behind Penthouse A was to keep the space feeling light but with rich and natural materials.”
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