At first glance, you wouldn’t think this apartment has a color-changing LED mood wall
In a city where it’s become common to rely on fancy amenities to bring a home to life, a three-bedroom Soho loft where "the space is the art" embraces a minimalist effect throughout its 4,800 square feet. The result is an apartment that's subtly detailed with modern conveniences and a not-so-subtle $15.95 million price tag.
The living room, or "great room" as the brokerbabble calls it, immediately calls attention to the arched floor-to-ceiling windows that fill the space with sunlight. Industrial wooden beams and columns are in place throughout the space and a huge curved bookshelf sits in a corner off of the sleek open kitchen. The kitchen appears simple but is actually equipped with Miele appliances and custom-designed drawer pulls.
Things get high-tech in the master bedroom. There’s an "eco-smart fireplace" and motorized shades, and a headboard that swivels at the touch of a button. The powder room contains an LED color-changing mood wall and several 4K televisions are built in throughout the apartment.
Other features included in this unconventional space are custom lighting by Herv Descottes, heated flooring, adjustable floor-to-ceiling shelves within the dressing area, Sonos surround sound, and even a built-in humidifier.