The most dramatic elements are massive light fixtures designed as a deconstructed interpretation of the iconic Times Square New Year’s Eve ball, "smashed” to pieces. There’s also a dining room table for eight that spins and rises hydraulically to become a bar for private parties, as well as a built-in DJ booth.
A circular bed boasts both unrivaled views of the New York skyline and the action in the living room and bar area; should you wish to survey it from there. Equally voyeuristic in nature is a mural called “Peep Show” created by artist Keren Richter and inspired by Times Square “in flux between its notorious past and amusement park present.”
There are also frosted, eye level peep-holes built into the room’s sliding doors as well as white metal screens that can be closed to separate the bedroom from the living room. The doors can also be left open so that the James Bond-like bed is in full view. Entertainment options include intimate dinners, fashion presentations, film screenings, and listening parties.
Jared Paul Stern
Jared Paul Stern has written for the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, the New York Times' T magazine, GQ, WWD, Vogue, New York magazine, Details, Hamptons magazine, Playboy, BlackBook, the New York Post, Bergdorf Goodman magazine and Luxist among others. The founding editor of the Page Six magazine, he has also served as a judge for everything from the International Best Dressed List to the F...(Read More)