Penthouse Loft by Piet Boon
On the 16th floor, The James New York boasts a 1,300 sq.-ft. non-smoking Penthouse Loft, designed by world-renowned Dutch designer Piet Boon, whose work marries functional, timeless design and natural materials with distinguishing signature details. In the true Piet Boon tradition, the space is luxurious, airy, and inviting with bleached oak flooring and espresso stained millwork. The Penthouse includes commissioned artwork, dining room, wet bar, master bedroom, one full bathroom with a free-standing tub and a double shower, an additional half-bath for guests, and a grand living room showcasing expansive river views and Manhattan Bridges.
State-of-the-art sound and lutron lighting systems allow for complete environment customization.
The bedroom and bath are private sanctuaries. The five-fixture bath is furnished in white marble with a freestanding soaking tub that has inspiring city views. The bed is luxuriously dressed in the finest Fili d’Oro linens and a soft grey, leather upholstered headboard.
- Generously sized spa-like bathroom
- His and Her sinks
- Soaking tub
- Rain shower
- Full Size Amenities by Intelligent Nutrients
- Customized meals from signature restaurant, David Burke Kitchen
- Comfortable dining area with seating for six
- Complimentary Pantry of Snacks and Drinks
- Nespresso Espresso Machine
Living Area Features:
- Oversized sectional sofa
- Flat screen TV
The Piet Boon design team was selected for their modernist style and their exceptional ability to create a comfortable atmosphere and restful interiors through careful curation of natural materials and coverings. Featured pieces include Piet Boon's Kekke Chaise Lounge and Heit Swivel Chair introduced at the Milan Design Exposition.
Piet Boon Architectural Designer/Interior Designer
Piet Boon, the world-renowned Dutch designer and master craftsman, created his international design company in 1983, which has become a global luxury lifestyle brand, with both private and corporate clients in over 35 countries around the world.