The interiors are largely clad in white with a wide range of patterns and textures being used. Paola Navone turned towards refined industrial style and exclusive decor to get the task done. Finding that perfect balance between the past and the present this renovation indeed leaves you speechless!
In fact if you take away the façade and the sweeping arches you would never imagine that this was once a church. Yet it is these features that give the home its unmistakable charm. Wood marble and limestone are used extensively indoors as a warm color scheme balances the airy appeal of sweeping tall spaces. Brilliant lighting a refreshing pool and an on outdoor lounge cap off this amazing transformation.
We love this Brooklyn penthouse for the sheer drama and the stunning views that it offers! The view of the Brooklyn Bridge and the glittering skyline from the living room is something that every homeowner dreams about and the Clock Tower triplex penthouse delivers it in grand style. With giant ticking clocks becoming the backdrop in the living room ergonomic modern kitchen dining area plush bedrooms and a spa-like bath this has it all.
The first thing you notice as you step off of the elevator that opens directly into the penthouse is the soaring glass atrium that allows sunlight to flood the entire apartment. The design’s musical references become more and more apparent as your eye traces the rich wood of the floor and dramatic fret-like staircase that mimics the neck of a violin.
It seems like structures from the 1800s have plenty of takers as this old Water Tower in originally built in 1877 now plays host to a stunning contemporary home that offers some amazing views of this cosmopolitan city. and added a sleek and audacious ‘glass box’ to the original structure that houses the living area on the lower level and four spacious bedrooms on the upper level. The interior is kept simple and minimal with white dominating the landscape.