The Hamilton Towers uses state-of-the-art technology and an elevator system to ensure that your luxury car sits proudly in your very own apartment or penthouse. These homes also come with other amazing facilities and great interiors but they are specifically targeted at supercar owners who are crazy about their dream cars. An apartment at the Hamilton Towers will set you back by $7.5 million while the penthouse drains your bank account by $24 million. Anything for your purring baby!
Next we see the dining area which is beautifully framed by an arched window as well as sweeping curves that glide across the ceiling. Dark furniture is a beautiful contrast to the golden wood that’s showcased throughout this stunning property.
The interiors have been arranged so as to ensure that no effort is pared in bringing out the very best and at times one can even accuse the designer of having tried a bit too hard. The display tends to deviate from the modern trend which professes uncluttered spaces with ergonomic design and an inherent sense of minimalism. Dark hues of brown and yellow have been employed extensively while the white backdrop offers a much needed variation.
As we take a look at the living area we see horizontal wooden paneling on the walls and ceiling along with cabinetry in wood and lacquer. Open shelving in the kitchen zone allows dishware to be on display. An organic pendant light is an interesting focal point against a scenic wall of windows:
Extravagant use of glass ensures that those inside always stay visually connected with the patio and the pool area and a flowing design that connects the livings pace hall and kitchen give this single story home a spacious and airy look. Easy on the eyes and ergonomic in its design the bathrooms and the bedrooms also emulate this theme of ‘less is more’. A perfect example of striking a elegant balance between elegance and extravagance!