Armadale Penthouse was recently completed by Pleysier Perkins Architects for a young family with three children. A simple palette of timber, natural stone and soft whites and greys creates a warm and relaxed environment to the penthouse addition
The spaces of this roof penthouse located in the heart of Vilnius Naujamiestis have three dimensions: private, public-indoor and public-outdoor. Space is a key value of this home and a measure of comfort.
On the roof of an existing building in Berlin Neukölln, a small but lively and sensual world has been created in a simple style that belies its complexity – a rooftop penthouse that gives its occupants enhanced quality of life.
Utilizing only six natural materials and elements: stone, glass, wood, steel, tile and water; this Park Avenue penthouse apartment is being entirely rebuilt from the top down. The entire roof of the building has been raised to make way for the addition of a new mezzanine level.
A home in the sky for a family of four, the Holly Penthouse combines luxury and state of the art technology with a welcoming, comfortable atmosphere. As a family home, contemporary natural materials, including stone, full-length oak flooring and timber batten ceiling, foster a sense of warmth and understated luxury.
The Penthouse has five bedrooms, three living spaces, two kitchens and four bathrooms. The living room, with a 6 meter high double height space is located in the south, facing the Qiantang River. The spiral staircase is in the southeast corner, and the three sky terraces are connected to the secondary bedrooms, western kitchen and multi-functional room.