NYC Penthouse by the hand of Lee Broom will take your breath away. Not only because it is an outstanding home, but also because of its sustainable touch that makes all the difference here.
Inspiration – Design Milk; Photography – Stephen Kent Johnson
Everyone needs a break from time to time, a quiet place where it is possible to find themselves. So Lee Broom obtained a two-floor duplex in Tribeca.
This penthouse has 3,000 square feet, this way gives him a roomy scenario, as this project marks his first interior design project since 2015. Broom is mainly known for his modern lighting, however, for this home, he had to create a whole new collection. This time a furniture and accessories collection just for his penthouse.
You’ll be able to see that this NYC Penthouse is the definition of calm, and outstanding aesthetics, that is seen through beautifully curated vignettes.
According to Lee Broom, “The thing that appealed to me about this penthouse was that, rather than being one expansive space, it had many different rooms and areas to explore, which gave me the opportunity to create vignettes within each space that all have their own personal style yet still work within an overarching design scheme. This is in contrast to my apartment in London which is a very open plan,”.
A vintage 1960s bed made of stainless steel and brass-finished up being as well expansive for Broom’s domestic in London. But fortunately, it idealizes his essential room in Modern York.
Luxurious Penthouse in New York City
Here you can find a unique vintage bar from the 1980s. Designed by Steve Chase for the Share Residence that is located in Laguna Beach. Now finds a new home with Broom.
Dramatic Blue and Velvet Grey are the main colors of this dining room design that has an amazing terrace view.
The living room features a monochromatic color palette accented with brushed brass, gunmetal, and matte black. Lee Broom said that: “The focal point of the living room is the new White Street sofa designed specifically for this environment. It is an architectural, streamlined, modular piece which can be arranged in multiple configurations. And is connected by sculpted armrests, corner and side tables, each produced in white or black ash wood,”.
A Hanging Hoop Chair in brushed brass and black Kvadrat wool hangs near the windows, perfect for relaxing and a lookout into the city.
“The sofa fabric is a soft ivory bouclé which is a nice contrast to harder, wooden end sections. And with its expansive and curved back, the sofa appears to almost float, anchored only by its connectors. It’s all about balance.”
Broom shows two Tube Lights in Carrara marble and brushed brass. Keeping to the building’s commitment to supportability, all of the wood utilized within the kitchen is over 300. A long time ancient and the marble is from Vermont’s underground marble quarry.
The photographs of the terrace had to be included in this article! In the same place, we can find both dining and living room, which is simply amazing! This NYC Penthouse from Lee Broom is definitely a dream house!