Modern, Industrial, and undeniably Japanese. The Wabi-Sabi aesthetic is one of many design principles of the island nation. In the Greenwich Hotel Penthouse, Japanese architect Tatsuro Miki and Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt were able to turn this prime space into a masterpiece. Large and expansive in size, yet warm and homely in texture. Rustic and old in individual decor, yet fresh and original when approached cohesively. Truly a dream home in the heart of the most desired neighborhood in all of New York City – TriBeCa.
Check out the featured video revealing the philosophy behind the project.
More information at www.thegreenwichhotel.com/penthouse.
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