Published at Wednesday, 30 August 2017. Modern Interior Design. By ethal woods.
Taxi King Simon Garber is giving another stab at selling his palatial Tribeca penthouse in the wake of staking it as a $100,000/month rental. The scandal-plagued CEO first listed the property for $30 million in June 2015. The 6,400-square-foot penthouse has now returned for a slightly less astronomical $25 million
Gut rennovation and 2 story addition on 1890’s row house in Brooklyn’s Red Hook neighborhood. The design of this townhouse sets out to utilize natural, reclaimed, and common materials in a contemporary fashion. Renovation completed on an extremely tight budget with a very hands on approach to testing fabrication methods while the house was under construction. Completed in May 2014
The curvilinear wall is offset by two long narrow corridors, one armature holds the kitchen and service areas while the other leads to the bedrooms and communal bathroom. The long, seamless corridor frames the stand-alone white bathtub like a sculpture. The partial reveal draws occupants into the bathroom where they enter into an intimate curved room clad in a gradient of blue hexagonal Mutina wall tiles. At the centre of the room is one of three large swirling artificial skylights in the residence. These feature lights anchor the dining room, the living room and the bathroom respectively, casting each space with a soft homogenous white light that accentuates the sensual elegance of the monochrome interiors.
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