By Jessica • Feb 22, 2016
This eclectic duplex apartment is located in the Stockholm, Sweden district of Norrmalm.
It is a stylish and fashionable mixture of textures and patterns, which create a dynamic that keeps the eye busy wherever it goes.
With a prime Upper East Side location on one of Manhattan’s most prestigious thoroughfares, this new residence has made a name for itself in Manhattan real estate by bringing contemporary condo comforts to Park Avenue.
Boasting an all glass and limestone façade, the narrow glass tower designed by C3D Architecture marries classic Park Avenue condominium comforts with a more contemporary look.
Thanks to high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, the six apartments, all duplexes, have an open, airy feel and are full of natural light. They are now on sale from $4,675,000 to $6,570,000.
Spanish architect Anna Noguera has completed the renovation of a 16th century building in Girona, Spain that “integrates old and new, where sober and clean lines look for the enjoyment of essential elements such as space, light, shadow, fire, stone, water or silence.”
El Badiu (The Veranda) is a 180 m2 duplex apartment on the upper two floors of Alemanys 5 equipped with a master suite and two children suites, kitchen-dining room, great living room with fireplace and a veranda terrace facing south with views of the old quarter.
El Badiu for 2 to 6 people can be booked from €140 to €200 per night for 2 people, depending on the season.
French Stylist and interior designer Roxane Beis bought a few years ago this former 1,830 square-foot print shop installed in a passage of the 20th arrondissement of Paris.
The designer did an amazing job in converting the abandoned old building into a beautiful and spacious duplex loft residence.