This expansive duplex is located in one of the Richard Meier towers on the far west side. With glass walls and a western exposure on the Hudson River, the apartment gets amazing (almost too much) light. Check out all the pictures below the jump (the lipstick red kitchen is a must see!). You can tell the light is intense, because the photographer had a difficult time getting the interiors properly lit without overexposing with the light from the windows...
Francis D'Haene was responsible for the interior architecture. If you're into real estate ups and downs, be sure to read the entire story from The New York Times:
The View From the Catbird Seat. The owner, Keith Jacobson, got a relative deal on his duplex due to a timely buy when the buildings were getting a lot of bad press.
(Pics: Joyce Dopkeen)