Through the contrasting use of light and dark elements on walls and floors, this 300-square-foot apartment has the character of a New York penthouse. An elevator leads directly to the entrance hall, where a generous skylight and long planks of light oak create an open and inviting atmosphere. The focal point of the adjacent living and dining area features two striking pieces of architectural furniture in fine-grained American walnut, concealing a back kitchen with a wine climate control cabinet. A tall cabinet front leads to a long centerpiece of furniture that wraps around to accommodate various functions such as a fireplace, storage, and a television. A long table with a vintage light fixture creates a connection between the kitchen and the living area. The master bath with an integrated sauna and adjacent walk-in dressing room, as well as the continuous flooring, also echo the apartment's spacious penthouse character.