Interior designs have been unveiled for 432 Park Avenue in New York City, which once complete in 2015 will be the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere (1,396 feet / 425.5 meters).
There will be 104 residences in total, ranging in price from $20 million all the way up to $80 million (although apparently some people have already bought apartments for $90 million).
Designer Deborah Berke pulled inspiration from the architect Rafael Viñoly for the interiors, centering the design around the panoramic views that are framed by huge 10 x 10 feet windows. The strict geometry of the building is also continued inside, with furnishings which replicate the square proportions of the exterior.
f you happen to be able to purchase one of these luxury residences, you’ll also have access to a 75-foot indoor swimming pool, a hosting lounge, private restaurant, outdoor dining terrace, spa and fitness center with sauna, steam room, and massage rooms, a library with reading area, screening room and performance venue, a children’s playroom, and 24-hour valet parking services.