Welcome to our gallery featuring the lavish contemporary Hornby Penthouse by Ben Amzaleg.
What does your dream home look like? Is it elegant and polished from top to bottom?
The Hornby Penthouse is an incredible piece of work by Ben Amzaleg that shows what true modern luxury can be. It explores the amazing concept of contrast through every inch of the house.
Along with the deep chocolate brown furniture and the polished white floors, this design features lots of natural light as well. There are plenty of windows to let the sun seep in to be absorbed by the beauty of this home.
The above photo is a perfect representation of each element in this house. You can see all of the incredible touches that Amzaleg put into the design.
The walls and floor are a sparkling white that glimmers from every angle. A single light fixture on the ceiling explodes with a soft white light to add that extra shine to the white features.
Contrasting the walls and floors, the dark leather chairs and taupe carpet really add that wonderful break between the cream colored walls. They add depth and volume to the room as a whole.
Also take note of the open floor plan. From this single shot, we can see all the way from the living room, to the kitchen, and through the dining room.
As you go through our gallery, make sure to look for the rich dark colors in the furniture. Also take note of the extravagant lighting fixtures throughout the home.
We hope you love this breathtaking home as much as we do!
Here we can see a different angle of the minimalist living room. Towering windows line the outside walls for natural light to enter and add a rich organic glow to the room.
This office, another part of the open floor plan, is secluded from the rest of the house without being totally cut off. Branching off of the dining room, this space has an astounding view of the city as well as a luxurious chandelier for extra light and class.
The kitchen and dining room live in one spacious area in harmony. More windows line the outside wall for an organically lit space.
The kitchen flaunts incredible colors and materials of all different types. From stainless steel appliances, to chocolate wooden furniture, to ebony-gray granite countertops.
The dining room also follows the kitchens natural dark hardwood theme. The white surrounding the area really makes the dining set pop.
The guest bedroom is laced in the same egg white walls as the rest of the home. Located on the inner part of the home, a window to another room aids the guest bedroom into receiving natural sunlight.
Another bedroom is located on the outside of the building, and is surrounded by large windows. The area is very minimalist, and doesn’t require a lot of furniture for a truly spectacular design.
The master bedroom is on the second floor of the home, and can see down into the office space from the balcony area. Because of the half wall, the master bedroom gets twice as many windows as other bedrooms in the house.
Here we can see the master bedroom from another angle. The subtle gray and taupe colors in the furniture and sheets are quiet and don’t over power the room.
The bathroom has a soft neutral gray on the walls. The countertops are made of a sleek granite and chocolate hardwood accents.
There are multiple bathing places in the luxurious bathroom. Two showers with rain fall showerheads, as well as a square bathtub, provide the residents with a place to soak and relax.
The balcony reaches out to look over the city. As you can see, the outside of the building is a much darker color than the interior, leaving a shocking contrast upon entry.
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