This Upper West Side Penthouse got a major gut renovation with the help of Turett Collaborative Architects (TCA). With panoramic views of New York City, floor-to-ceiling windows frame various aspects of the skyline while on the inside, the homeowner’s extensive South Asian art collection takes the stage.

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TCA kept the color palette fairly neutral, as not to compete with the art and views. Dark wooden floors are paired with white textured walls.

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A glass enclosed study provides a separate spot to work while not interfering with the views.

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High gloss ceilings reflect light and extend the views of the city up onto the ceiling.

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Concrete room dividers help partition the spaces while also acting as places to showcase sculptures.

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Custom cabinetry hides clutter in the kitchen. The cabinet doors are reflective thanks to the back-painted glass.

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The bedrooms are outfitted with sound-proofed windows. Hidden sound systems and electrical outlets keep visual distractions at bay,

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