TRIBECA LOFT LIVING
Raymond F. Almirall’s landmark tower is an ideal canvas for contemporary living. The innovative ‘H shape’ of the building optimizes natural light and views, with many homes benefiting from triple exposures. Elevated ceiling heights, solid wood doors, and up to eight-foot curved and bay windows, capture cinematic park and cityscape views. Light-filled living rooms with chef inspired open kitchens are ideally suited for art collections and spirited entertaining. Smartly engineered, each residence features seamlessly integrated recessed lighting, custom designed Italian closet systems, and floating ceilings, which all exemplify refined design details.
THE BEAUTY OF LIGHT
Gabellini Sheppard uses light as a sculptural element, one with intrinsic qualities in and of itself. The lighting concept in the home complements natural light with warm integral lighting after dusk. As evidenced in the living room, with a sweeping dining area and open kitchen, ambient luminous coves with architectural planes are carefully orchestrated to create floating ceilings along the historic perimeter walls.
COMPOSED FOR ENTERTAINING
Most residences feature sleek and sculptural kitchen islands, wrapped in honed San Marino marble, with a spacious food preparation area, a Corian sink, and an extended countertop for casual dining.
Ethereal in composition, the symmetrical proportions, oversized windows, elevated ceilings and luminous cove lighting create an elegant Master Suite experience.
These epic master suites exhibit a gracious sense of volume and scale with double door entries, custom closets, and five-fixture master baths with luminous cove lighting. Reminiscent of the Roman baths, the master bathrooms are carved out of honed Ariel White marble, supplemented by custom designed Apaiser stone double vanities, crowned mirrors framed in light, elegant custom Apaiser stone tubs, and a radiant-warming floor system. Grand subtlety is best expressed in the secondary baths and powder rooms where each element was carefully considered. Second bathrooms feature a studied interplay of honed sandstone tiles and mosaics while powder rooms are clad in Athens Gray marble.