The 200 Chambers Penthouse can be found in the breathtaking city of New York, and it was designed by the Incorporated Architecture & Design firm, featuring a modern layout and subtle art decoration elements that project fine taste and add exclusivity.
The Penthouse was designed in 2006 and its construction costs soared as high as $2,200,000. It acts as a secondary home for a European businessman, and features lavishly appointed living spaces such as two bedrooms, an entertainment area and a private master suite.
From an architectural point of view, the apartment incorporates complex elements in its design and high-end materials, such as gold leaf, mahogany, white marble, limestone, stainless steel and bronze. The designers carefully defined all rooms and placed the furnishings according to a very specific plan, leaving nothing to chance in order to achieve balance and create an exquisite living environment for the owner and his guests.