Skyhouse by David Hotson and Ghislaine Vinas

By : Dennis Franklin | 10 Apr 2013 9:12 am | Homes

Located in one of the iconic skyscrapers in New York City in the Lower Manhattan, this project is the result of collaboration between the architect David Hotson and the interior designer Ghislaine Vinas who wanted to give homage to the historical building in a modern way.

The loft looks like a modern art museum and also tries to suggest its height by providing splendid panoramic views of the surroundings. There are several unique and peculiar elements in the design such as the steel column in the living room that has the purpose of a rock climbing wall spanning through the entire height of the apartment and providing a space that together with the metal tubular slides seems like a cavern while also offering an alternative mode of transportation through the floors.

Above the living area lies a floral lounge that provides a perfect place to relax and admire the view, while the bedrooms with the white and neon colors reside on the upper floors to survey the entire residence and provide a spacious and bright shelter.

 

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