At the Tribeca penthouse of a young bachelor, Reddymade Design added bright materials and slender furnishings to complement the home's natural airiness. Spatial reconfigurations were kept to a minimum.
Reddymade swapped out a heavy spiral iron staircase for a modern wood one wrapped in glass walls.
A pair of Los Angeles transplants recruited architect Sarah Zames to merge two top-floor apartments in Brooklyn into a single, luminous penthouse. The open-plan's bright white walls make the most of the natural light.
Zames situated the home's functional elements against one wall in order to expand the couple's living and entertaining space.
Karen and Richard Barrow's waterfront penthouse in Cape Town is stocked with natural furnishings from Cécile & Boyd, including two custom-made sectional sofas, a wood-and-metal coffee table, a collection of glass vases, and the brass floor lamps.
Hammered-copper tiles add texture and reflect light in the couple's bedroom. The matching brass lamps are custom-made by Cécile & Boyd’s
In the penthouse of this aluminum-clad residential structure in San Francisco, architect Stanley Saitowitz experimented with a diurnal living space, which is lined in dark-hued bamboo.
The penthouse living room is furnished with Ile Club by Piero Lissoni for Living Divani. The Metropolitan Riverside Park City Lights rug is by Merida.
Each tenant gets a taste of the high life at this vertically staggered Copenhagen housing development. Because each floor of apartments stands alone, with no one directly above, each of the units is, technically speaking, a penthouse.
Every apartment at the buzzing development has a terrace measuring roughly 1,000-square-feet.