Architectural Digest offered an exclusive look at the Time New York Hotel's most expensive penthouse suite after The Rockwell Group's redesign.
For this multimillion-dollar revitalization The Rockwell Group furnished the living / dining area with several pieces from designers represented by Twentieth. Pictured are Lee Broom's Clear Crystal Bulbs and Pendants hanging in the charcoal-gray finished mirrored hutch and Phase Design's Bride's Veil Low Stools around a glass topped dining table.
The penthouse's spacious powder room, which was "inspired by a jewel box [and] features gold accents and marbled wallpaper," is adorned with Lee Broom's Carousel Brass Chandelier.
As the Time New York's most luxurious space, this suite "sprawls out over three floors and has a 500-square-foot private terrace." The one bedroom includes "a king-size bed on the second floor; and a third-floor sitting room. Siberian oak flooring anchors the space, punctuated by rugs inspired by watercolor paintings."
Find additional shots in Architectural Digest's article: http://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/time-new-york-hotel-penthouse