Vibrant City Penthouse
Georgetown, Washington DC
A circa 1909 Washington, DC penthouse in Georgetown was renovated from top to bottom in collaboration with interior designer, Benjamin Johnston. The penthouse features an Arbescato marble backsplash and Eggersmann waterfall island – a nod to Bauhaus architecture. Elegant chandeliers and wall sconces create an enticing and vibrant aesthetic, while modern pin lights illuminate a treasured art collection. Detailing on the ceilings creates the illusion of height, while a high-gloss black grand piano finish was used on interior doors and railings creating a polished and sophisticated aesthetic. Learn more about this design build project in Mixing Old & New: A DC Penthouse Renovation.
Read more about this renovation in Architectural Digest