New York’s 432 Park Avenue, the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere, has unveiled a completed penthouse residence conceived by interior designer Robert Couturier. Located on the skyscraper’s 86th floor, the property naturally offers spectacular views, 1,132 feet (345 meters) above ground. Accessed via a private elevator foyer, the dwelling comprises three bedrooms, four full bathrooms, a library, and a windowed eat-in kitchen with marble breakfast bar.
Developed by CIM Group and Macklowe Properties, and designed by Uruguayan Architect Rafael Viñoly, 432 Park Avenue is one of New York’s tallest buildings. This first glimpse inside the 4,028 square foot (374 square meter) residence reveals Robert Couturier’s luxurious interiors. A range of different fabrics add a sense of softness to the scheme, while contemporary furniture pieces have been mixed with vintage 20th century designs.
‘432 Park Avenue is an incredible palette to work with, one that would be the envy of any designer, and it has been an excellent experience to be creative and imaginative within that palette,’ says Robert Couturier. ‘The brief, to create a cultured apartment, has been perfectly met through the use of inspired color choices and knockout furnishings from various eras, by designers including Vladimir Kagan and Gio Ponti, and some truly fun and wild pieces such as the welded bronze desk and credenza by Maarten Baas.’
Oversized 10-foot by 10-foot windows not only flood the residence with natural light, but also frame different views of New York’s skyline and surrounding rivers and bridges. Occupancy at 432 Park Avenue began earlier this year, with current availability of select remaining residences starting from $16,950,000 USD.