W-styled Luxury Apartment in The Sky

Be it New York or Beijing, today luxury residences are on the upswing, the stylistic cues offered by W Hotels across the world has made it a regular as far as luxury accommodation is concerned soon, a new W-styled apartment is coming up at the south of the World Trade Center in New York City.

W Residents would be sharing the building with the hotel guests in the lower portion of Manhattan, but some of the luxury facilities like the rooftop terrace, fitness center and spa in the sky, will solely be for the permanently residents staying in the upper floors of the luxury tower.

w style luxury apartment in the sky

w style luxury apartment in the sky

w style luxury apartment in the sky


The building’s façade is not merely about aesthetics, as the bands will also create shading from the daylight, deflect heat, guarantee every residence will have the highest degree of privacy, and simultaneously frame unparalleled views out across Manhattan.

The Loft Residences on the lower levels have a double-height living area that maximizes the light entering the space. The height of the great room continues on through a gallery where a white lacquered library wall ascends up into the second level.

w style luxury apartment in the sky

w style luxury apartment in the sky

w style luxury apartment in the sky

The upper-tier City Residences feature integrated terraces off the main living areas, and all units are custom-fitted with B&B Italia kitchens and built-ins throughout. The master bathrooms feature a circular sliding wall that allows the bathroom to become part of the bedroom and share its spectacular city views.

And for those at the top, the five ultra-luxurious Sky Penthouses are unmatched in practically every aspect. Again, B&B Italia has masterfully crafted the space, including the kitchen. Sweeping views from every room, even the master bathroom, automatically heighten the occupants’ awareness of their place in the cityscape and the surrounding environment.

w style luxury apartment in the sky

Designer : Ben van Berkell via TheCoolHunter




Urban Streamline Motorcycle Design by Lauren Davison

Defined by streamline contours and severe edges, this Urban Streamline Motorcycle Design spawns from the motion of razor-sharp forms slicing though air. The minimalistic body frame gives the motorcycle an elite and stylish feel. This is a concept design by Lauren Davison, a freshman at San Jose State University, California. Unfortunately we don’t have further information about this futuristic bike, hopefully the dashboard design also boasts futuristic interface.

Designer : Lauren Davison

Urban Streamline Motorcycle Design by Lauren Davison




Kiffy Urban Tricycle : All-Around-Town Utility Bike

Modern configurable Kiffy Urban Tricycle makes it perfect to ride when you want to move around the city and shop. This vehicle has been designed by 360 Patrick Jouffret (agence 360), a French design studio, for NP Innovation. It’s a tricycle that tries to tackle urban problem that we might have to deal, that is, carrying bulky items while still be able to maneuver around on the street and avoid heavy traffic.

This vehicle concept has been designed to keep necessary proportions, mechanism, and easy-to-disassembly feature. You can carry books, a pot plant, a guitar, multiple water bottles, etc. Essential components of this tricycle are hydraulic breaks, transport plate, flash folding system, 2-speed reverse gear, and collapsible pedals.

Designer : 360 patrick jouffret for NP Innovation

Kiff Urban Tricycle by 360 patrick jouffret for NP Innovation

Kiff Urban Tricycle by 360 patrick jouffret for NP Innovation

Kiff Urban Tricycle by 360 patrick jouffret for NP Innovation

Kiff Urban Tricycle by 360 patrick jouffret for NP Innovation

Kiff Urban Tricycle by 360 patrick jouffret for NP Innovation

Kiff Urban Tricycle by 360 patrick jouffret for NP Innovation






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