NYC Penthouse Uses Recycled Subway Parts

NYC Penthouse Uses Recycled Subway Parts

Trent Johnson
Jan 24, 2011

This luxury penthouse in New York City is listed for a swell $1.995 million with Sotheby's, but what makes it stand out is that it's been beautifully renovated with salvaged pieces from the city's subways, a retractable roof and meditation pool.

This studio was designed by Adam Kushner and inspired by his love of New York City. The entrance of the apartment is now an old subway car door, matching those on the closets. The floor is comprised of old-deli counter cutting boards, and salvaged wood and stainless steel are used throughout the property. Kushner reportedly bought the Subway remnants for a mere $200.

View the Sotheby's listing here.

Via Inhabitat.

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