Penthouse named SkyHouse located in New York designed by and . SkyHouse is a penthouse occupying four floors at the summit of an early skyscraper situated in the unique vertical cityscape of Lower Manhattan. The building was completed in 1896 and is one of the earliest surviving skyscrapers in New York City. The penthouse structure features enormous arched windows which encompass a panoramic architectural history of New York City. The house features an awesome polished steel slide.
The main living space occupies the entire north end of the penthouse. Here the ceiling rises to the underside of the third level terrace and then tapers upward through the full fifty-foot height of the penthouse structure. At the midpoint, a reading balcony is suspended on the exposed structural girders. At the attic level the outward sloping glass wall provides a vertiginous vista down to the Living Space four levels below. Furniture, fabrics, and finishes were designed by Ghislaine Viñas of .