This year Esquire magazine's ultimate bachelor pad is at the luxurious SoHo Mews in New York. The penthouse level apartment combines two units and the spaces are equipped with fantastic technological innovations and an emphasis on sustainable living. Check out some of my favorite spaces in the project. The living room above is by designer Costas Kondylis.
Designer Kristen McGinnis incorporates sustainable cabinetry and surfaces into this traveler's kitchen sponsored by Lufthansa . Upper cabinets provide an innovative solution for incorporating more artwork.
Record, mix and broadcast songs directly from your guitar in this hip home music studio by Denise Kuriger for Diesel Only The Brave. Making me wish I knew how to play guitar and could afford a home studio. In the sleek lounge (above) by designer Luke Raymond of Office of Air for Heineken, guests can create their own soundtracks and see music through reflective visualizers.
The Hugo Boss master bedroom by Kerry Delrose is romantic and inspired by the Hugo Boss collection. The walk-in closet is ideal for the stylish man, equipped with a useful bench for putting on shoes.
Not to mention the terrace which runs along the windowed facade of the penthouse. Marc Thorpe of Third Eye Studios designed several lounge environments for Davidoff along the terrace and the design is highlighted by the sunscreens shown above.
For more information on the Esquire bachelor pad, designers, and sponsors, check out the Esquire SOHO website.
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