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The Penthouse by ODA Architecture

By • Jul 15, 2014 •  Selected Work 

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New York City-based studio ODA Architecture was selected to create the interior for one of the largest private apartment in the Big Apple.

Located 90 stories above Manhattan overlooking the East River, the luxury 6 bedroom, 12 Bathroom condominium boasts 360° views within 18,000 square feet of open floor area!

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The Penthouse by ODA Architecture:

“With a perimeter of 16′ foot floor- to-ceiling windows, the essence of the apartment is the sculpture garden at its entrance.

The garden features a spectacular 30′ water wall and reflecting pool overlooking the famed United Nations headquarters along the East River. This superlative dwelling also features a 75′ expanse of living and dining area along with a Italian kitchen, library, game room, day spa, home theater and professional grade listening room with recording studio.

Seemingly without limitation, every feature from the façade to the interior is meticulously planned and detailed with a modern and minimalist approach using only the most pristine of materials creating a unique and exceptional setting to rival.”

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Photos courtesy of ODA, Youtube

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One Comment to The Penthouse by ODA Architecture

  1. Master says:

    Feels a bit cold and empty ! Needs some more personal twist.
    Design is cool, but red kitchen is a feng shui no-no. Kitchen is fire- no need to amplify it by red color.

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