New Yorker

At the entrance to the penthouse there’s a convergence between natural materials and a dialogue of opposites: the gray-chocolaty reused bricks that project strength meet the soft white curtains; the striking black marble with white strands meets the delicate khaki kitchen carpentry.


The Herringbone-pattern parquet flooring boasts French oak, while the kitchen features the typical white tiles found in any New York subway station. All these are joined by industrial lighting fixtures, a black Belgian aluminum profile and furniture made of recycled wooden items. This creates an exciting and dynamic juxtaposition within the space.


Photographer: Gilad Radat