Jeffrey Beers’ warm, understated interiors complement Rafael Viñoly’s architecture with a refined palette of natural materials—including white oak floors and kitchen cabinets, Italian marble counters, and custom-designed walnut vanities—all exactingly detailed. As Beers himself suggests, the design “brings out the best of the architecture and makes the interiors a softer version of the building’s simplicity and elegance.”
Every one of the tower’s one-, two-, and three-bedroom Panorama Residences is designed so that either living rooms or master bedrooms enjoy corner exposures through floor-to-ceiling windows. Each floor has a maximum of four residences with semi-private entry vestibules, evoking the feeling of an intimate boutique hotel.
The loggias—sheltered double-height open-air living and entertaining areas seemingly carved out of the building’s corners—are among the tower’s distinguishing architectural features. Each of the four monumental three-bedroom Loggia Residences features a double-height living and dining area with an open kitchen and a luxurious master bathroom with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Three Penthouses occupy the tower’s uppermost floors. Each four-bedroom residence offers ceiling heights in excess of 13 feet, expansive living, dining, and family rooms with multiple exposures, and a master bathroom with floor-to-ceiling windows.