The designer Alex Vervoordt created this cozy Greenwich Hotel penthouse in2014 which is located in Tribeca, New York, USA to offer a different kind of retreat to the guests of the hotel with an aesthetic that uses local materials like stone or reclaimed wood.
The designer collaborated with the architect Tatsuro Miki to bring an ancient Japanese style into the mix for a peaceful setting that spreads over a surface of 6800 square feet. The fixtures and furnishings are antique and modified specifically for the project, while the layout is open and contemporary to serve multiple purposes.
There is a drawing room, a fully equipped kitchen, three fireplaces, two and a half bathrooms and three bedrooms. The penthouse gives access to a private terrace with a surface of 4000 square feet spread on several levels and landscaped with gardens, pergolas as well as seating and dining areas, a spa, gas grill and outdoor fireplace.