Found within a prime location in New York’s Upper East Side, the 73rd St Penthouse was designed by Turett Collaborative Architects and represents a remarkable example of modernism and elegance. Sketched out for a single owner, this triplex masterpiece flaunts 2,400 square feet of living space and is an intricate part of a new condo development on East 73rd Street, hence its name.
Upon entry, the owner is greeted by a splendid double-height foyer that leads to a spacious and welcoming living room. The west part of the abode includes a highlight in the form of a two-story Vals quartzite stone wall that features a superb array of stones originating from a Swiss quarry.
The black oxidized steel staircase is also noteworthy of course, not only for its incredible design but also because it provides quick and easy access to the most important areas of the apartment. A space between the study and the main bedroom on the second floor includes a completely transparent bathroom that becomes opaque when privacy is needed. The third floor houses a tranquil lounge, which happens to be linked to a sun-deck and a roof terrace that ensures breathtaking views of the city skyline.