The bedroom’s vertical, floor-to-ceiling window lets occupants admire the graceful trees outside.
The hideaway grows darker as residents move through the space toward the bedroom.
Light streams into the bedroom through walls of floor-to-ceiling glass.
Baumann designed the plywood bed frame and shelving unit in the master bedroom, adjacent to an exposed cinder-block...
Like the pavilion holding the public spaces, the structure containing the bedrooms is clad in glass on the interior...
The bedroom is enclosed with a glass wall. A blackout curtain can be drawn closed for privacy.
Light floods the second floor master bedroom, and floor-to-ceiling windows are buffered by adjacent steel mesh wall.
For privacy and quiet, the home's three bedrooms are situated the furthest from the street.
To free up space, beds, shelves, and a sofa appear to be built into the wall.
A bedroom with a view of Manhattan in the Wythe Hotel.
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