New York City is home to amazing interior design and mesmerizing architecture. In every corner, there’s overwhelming beauty and unmatched views. The luxury penthouse in Tribeca we are about to show you embodies New York’s best characteristics, featuring tons of outdoor spaces. Keep reading to step inside this luxury penthouse and let yourself be inspired!
Owned by entrepreneurs, Ellen and Michael Diamant, the luxury penthouse is exactly what they were looking for, and fit their lifestyle perfectly, as they were looking for something cozy yet sexy, something which incorporates New York City’s flair!
We wanted that loft feeling—to shift our lives from little rooms to entertaining space. We were looking and looking and looking, and we found that there were either new developments where everything had been chosen for you or these huge places where you’d have to start from scratch and knock down to the studs.Ellen Diamant, at Architectural Digest
The couple bought the penthouse structure at the top of a Tribeca building that had been the Philadelphia Cream Cheese storage warehouse in the 20s. Then, to bring to life their dream home, Matthew Baird (Baird Architects) was chosen to help, embracing the history of the building whilst giving it a new and modern appeal.
The upstairs has a very unique concept on its own, a super-contemporary indoor-outdoor area, where city and home are connected. RKLA Studio Landscape Architecture came up with luxurious outdoor living areas, while Roger Miller Gardens orchestrated the greens turning the luxurious penthouse’s patio into an urban paradise.
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For the interior design, the Diamants worked with Joan and Jayne Michaels, the sisters behind 2Michaels, a New York-based design firm with whom the couple had already worked on three previous occasions. The luxurious penthouse has a wonderful synergy of vintage and contemporary details.
I love that they’re funny and that they don’t want to do designs that feel like a time capsule. They love mixing old and new.Ellen Diamant, at Architectural Digest
Strong colors and combined with a light color palette, industrial-inspired elements like exposed brick are mixed with warm woods, art is combined with contemporary design furniture, diverse textures fuse with different scale objects, all enhancing the architectural features of the modern apartment. 2Michaels created a cozy yet elegant space that has immense visual interest and is still livable.
The luxury penthouse in Tribeca is a great effort of creative minds and the result is an unmatched design inspiration, with amazing interiors and mesmerizing views of the city that never sleeps!
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All images are sourced from AD. Photography by Ty Cole.