Gramercy Penthouse – Designed For A Bachelor


On the top of a five floor apartment building in Manhattan, Gramercy Penthouse stands as marvelous creation of Narofky Architecture and ways2design. Bachelor, investment banker, pilot and musician, these all describe the client that asked for lots of white, black and a no maintenance design. And he got all of these and even more.

The penthouse occupies 4,000 square feet and the floor on which it spreads is completely separated from the rest of the structure. The living room is what we call a real cave man, as it has the gray sofas and other seatings look like rocks, plus a gravel area, where plants and a wood bench were installed.

As a convinced bachelor, guests are not invited to spend the night there, unless if it’s his bedroom, as the generous apartment features only one bedroom. On the rooftop terrace, a garden illuminanted with LEDs, a barbeque, hot tub and sauna adds an extra zeal to the bachelor loft.

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