The 73rd St Penthouse located on the Upper East Side of New York City was designed by the Turett Collaborative Architects practice with a minimalist aesthetic that is bright and in constant connection with the urban surroundings.
The triplex apartment spreads over a surface of 2400 square feet and it was created for a single inhabitant. The designers collaborated with the building architects to offer a dramatic space with an entrance that has a double height and with a large living room that has a custom fireplace running across its entire length.
The apartment has a two floor Vals quartzite stone wall running across the west side and its stones were handpicked by the owner from a quarry in Switzerland. The shelves were built-in to act as a table and as a night stand and there are niches acting as storage spaces.
The elegant stairs are made of black oxidized steel and the top steps give access to a bridge above the three floors to provide an overview of the space.