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Converging lines of sheer glass, sloping floors, and ceiling planes create the impression of multiple perspectives and vanishing points. There are no interior walls except for those around the bedrooms (as seen here, in the master).

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Originally appeared in The Penthouse Has Landed
on July 15, 2009
Converging lines of sheer glass, sloping floors, and ceiling planes create the impression of multiple perspectives and vanishing points. There are no interior walls except for those around the bedrooms (as seen here, in the master).
Converging lines of sheer glass, sloping floors, and ceiling planes create the impression of multiple perspectives and vanishing points. There are no interior walls except for those around the bedrooms (as seen here, in the master).

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