You undoubtedly remember those slick renderings for the Lowline, the still-in-progress underground NYC park tentatively scheduled for a 2018 opening. The renderings were done by architect Kibum Park, a partner at James Ramsey's RAAD, where Park "[focuses] on single and multi-family residential, commercial and hospitality projects." Well, turns out Park's got a Coroflot page, loaded up with renders of some bee-yootiful hotels, restaurants, houses and apartments, the latter being the ones that most caught our eye.
The clients are of course anonymous and text descriptions are largely absent, but the images do most of the talking. Check out this NYC penthouse with its crazy, sun-dappled, yurt-like master bedroom with elevated library:
Or the Rooftop Glass House overlooking Central Park--these bastards have a 4,500-square-foot grass lawn up there:
Meanwhile, this crazy Riverside Townhouse has an indoor heated pool and a freaking vaulted wine cellar:
Inside this anonymous music lover's duplex, with the built-in turntable and tube amps...
...is a fair bit of hideaway storage, despit the sprawling footprint. There's under-stair storage:
A book-wall on tracks, which opens up the home office/guest bedroom:
Said bedroom, with Murphy bed and flip-up desk surface for access to storage:
See more on Park's Coroflot page.