Netherlands-based architecture practice MVRDV performed a lavish redesign of 'PH1', a 334 square meter penthouse in an upscale building in the West Chelsea district of New York. This high-end duplex living space -- situated on the 12th and 13th floors of the tower -- comprises three bedrooms and 62 square meters of exterior recreational space. It also comes with a 'sky vault,' a unique space that consists of a stairwell surrounded by a gallery and safe.
The highlight of PH1 is a personal elevator that has enough room for a car. This allows residents to literally drive into their own personal elevator and have it take them up to their apartment.
The apartment offers spectacular views of the Hudson River.
Photo Credits: designboom, mvrdv.nl
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