Fantastically Endearing Giorgetti Penthouse by Gal Nauer And Giorgetti

We are in awe to see such amazing beauty located on the top floor of New York’s famed Plaza Hotel. We cannot believe to see this fresh, innocence and comfy apartment which was brilliantly designed back then in 2009 by Gal Nauer and Giorgetti.

This triplex 6,300-square-foot has luxury to boast as well as marvelously designed interior which looks like no other. We cannot deny that the unusually gorgeous wall art has much more credit to have. Their natural yet striking pattern looks so breezy and nice. The use of palette tones mainly in white and cream give the space a calm and soft look that appears so ethereal and endearing. We love the selection of furniture with some pops of blacks and lime greens. There are some textured walls that create shimmering effects and some textured fabrics that give chances for you to feel warmer.

It is also spacious enough to do your family justice. In fact its splendor and grand look is beyond decent. It is all the way satisfying. It has to been seen and it cannot be ignored. The house is full of comfort and warmth and you cannot help but enjoy the space with the very grace of it and also the nice atmosphere which is inherent in it.

The Tranquil Pacific Avenue by John Maniscalco Architecture

Another example of fine dwelling after a planned renovation is absolutely this pacific avenue house. Situated in San Francisco, California, the house is a marvelously perfect place to be in peace of mind and comfortable state. Local John Maniscalco Architecture did exceedingly well in redesigning this modern space. They know what to do to make the space a perfect home to live life to the fullest.

This mid century home is blessed with great company of natural beauty surrounding it. The designer was aware of it and made sure they left no stone unturned. The house is about spatial openness, a consistent use of materials, and reconfiguration of the ground plane to bring light deep into this home and frame views of the park beyond. There are few things brought home and the selected ones really do justice to such tranquil and serene house. The minimalist treat works well and some most sophisticated things are found adorning the space quite nicely. There is a sculptural steel and limestone stair that serves as a spatially dynamic centerpiece for the home. A retracting glass wall is featured to make sure the owner can indulged themselves with the views out there.

In conclusion, there is nothing we like to neither remove nor add in this space. It is just stunning as the way it is. You may find it great so we share the images for you to know more details. Enjoy guys.

Light Felt Laight Street Loft by David Howell Design

David Howell comes up with a light-felt modern loft. The house is so very bright since it is set mainly in white. There is modesty and simple treat that gives a very easy and comfy feel that you can enjoy once you get in. the dwelling is situated in 7-storey former warehouse complex close to the Hudson Square in Tribeca, New York.

In order to liven up the client’s expectation of refinishing the floor, the plan was made as such. And first thing to do was quickly escalating into a full blown gut renovation once the full potential space was sure to be realized. There is a connection between the entrance and the open loft space. The space is flooded with light and makes it appear airy and breezier. The next change was to enlarge the master bedroom and master bathroom by removing a redundant internal corridor. You may find some good materials use here such as marble slab stones which was personally preferred by the client. The ceiling is very unique with the appearance of protruding things which are painted in white. The appearance is clean and pretty neat.

We like some pops of lively colors are allowed. The wooden cladding floor is varnished in black to look edgier and we like how the space looks so comfortable and warm.