The penthouse sits on the top of a steel-framed 1896 building; just above the original copper cornice, a slender walkway accessible from the apartment’s terrace offers 360-degree views of the city. Photography by Eric Laignel.
The balcony, nicknamed the nest, has balustrades of tempered glass. The harness and foot holds were installed because the husband in the client couple recently began climbing lessons. Photography by Eric Laignel.
In a New York penthouse by David Hotson Architect and Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design, the bottom of a custom stainless-steel slide, which runs through the apartment’s four floors, opens onto the dining area. Photography by Eric Laignel.
Front’s equine lamp overlooks the living area, where a quilted sofa by Paola Navone, a sectional by Pier Luigi Frighetto, and leather-upholstered armchairs surround a custom table by UM Project. Photography by Eric Laignel.