Vivid colors, playful sculptures, and climbing wall are just some of the delights of this New York penthouse by the top interior designer Ghislaine Viñas.
But in this in New York penthouse, days go well beyond boredom. It’s impossible not to be amazed by the playful surprises that see four-story Manhattan penthouse.
The South African designer is known for the passion for colors and the unique design solutions. But it also has a strong love for art, which brings personality to the projects.
Bright colors hints make part of this residential project , set in an 1895 building.
“It had never been a residence before. It’s a building jewel, “he says. This explains another challenge, to design the connection between the four floors, she and the architect David Hotson, who worked in partnership.
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The angles created by Ghislaine get everything out of the ordinary in this penthouse. The large living room has the contrast between white and the black Horse Lamp by Moooi with striped socks.
But the surprise elements in this contemporary house is an immense steel slide, which goes through one floor to the dining room.
There is a climbing wall that allows the children can hike to the next floor by climbing through the grips. And you‘ll find a swing inside of the house. Nearby is what they call a nest, space before the fireplace filled with patterned cushions. Sitting in it takes courage: the glass floor allows you to view the floor below.
The Manhattan skyline is seen from the 21st floor, through the large glass windows that were kept original, or outside on the big open porch.