This warm eclectic penthouse condo situated in Rosslyn, Virginia, designed by Washington-based Design Milieu, that brings a new frame of reference to ‘living in the clouds.’ An apartment on the highest floor of an apartment building was an American idea; penthouse apartment was born in the 1920s, when economic growth brought a construction boom to New York City. The high demand for living in the heart of busy cities and the wealth of Americans led to luxury apartments on the top floor or floors of a building offering a sense of being situated far away from or above noisy and crowded urban life. With all the advantages of regular apartments this Spacious Penthouse With An Unusual Design had it all from security, beautiful view and convenient location in a large city, and dominated by eclectic style: elements of constructionist and ethnic notes and features loft style. Thanks to huge windows in the room giving an exclusive view of the surrounded skyline which makes you feel like you’re living in your own Glass Blimp… as generally known that huge windows means a lot of light making this apartment incredibly interesting. It should also pay attention to the special place in the interior decorative fireplace – very simple but unusual. Modern art had its roots it’s placing; hanging around the house. With in all, the apartment is very light and comfortable, interior design and architecture look large, luxurious and stylish full of creative ideas and inspiration.
Source: Home Adore.