This Is the Most Inviting Bathtub in New York

“Luxury for New Yorkers is essentially space and light,” says architect Thomas Juul-Hansen. “And that translates into spaces where one doesn’t necessarily think about that, like bathrooms.” He gestures towards the two ten-story buildings he has going up on either side of the High Line. Their common entrance is directly beneath the black steel trestle, and from the lobby you can look through a glass skylight and see the raw structure above.

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