Soori High Line Designed by Soori High Line       The internationally-recognized architect Soo K. Chan's New York debut Soori High Line is like an oasis in the city. This 11-storey mid-rise residential building next to the New York High Line Park has 31 apartments; 12 private pools are seamlessly interspersed throughout the large living area;
Soori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High Line        The natural elements of water, fire and light are incorporated into the luxurious interior craftsmanship. SCDA has taken its proud residential design concept to Manhattan to try to subvert the traditional concepts of indoor and outdoor spaces. Soo K. Chan's architectural façade is very stylish, concise. Complex metal and glass facades allow for light filtration and reflection.
Soori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High Line        The design of the entrance to the lobby is very modern and stylish, and the whole is created with a modern and harmonious modern style. The two-story ceiling and the interior design that has been adapted from the architectural perspective make the idea of ​​a “holiday” in downtown downtown perfect. The volumetric use of multi-storey apartments enhances the visual connection within the room, allowing residents to immerse themselves in a space, light and ventilation environment. The 20-25 degree constant temperature ion salt private pool is definitely the magic of this project. They are elegantly distributed in the living area of ​​more than a dozen low-rise apartments; from the rooftop pool on the three penthouses overlooking the city, the scenery has been long Unforgettable people.
Soori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High Line        The high ceilings, open living, dining space and floor-to-ceiling windows reflect the character of the Manhattan LOFT apartment. Built-in shelves, wooden wall surfaces and minimalist chandeliers form vertical lines that perfectly accentuate the momentum of the building. The soft and comfortable sofa and chair soften the straight lines drawn from the tough interior surface to create a harmonious whole. However, the pursuit of balance does not end with good layout planning, but also finds the source from the unique emotional elements of oriental color.
Soori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High Line        The basic elements of feng shui - fire, water, earth, wood, gold - are looming in private fireplaces, swimming pools, green plants and wooden walls inlaid with chic metal edges throughout the apartment. The unique blend of East and West space styles runs through the project, taking the concept of harmony and comfort in luxury living to new heights.Soori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High LineSoori High Line Designed by Soori High Line

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