My friends in Rome are probably sick of hearing me go on and on about wanting a terrace.
Well, that would be some of my friends who already have terraces. I don’t think they appreciate how wonderful having a terrace is. One friend rarely uses his. I cannot understand this! Trust, once I have my terrace I will be out there all the time, even in the snow.
Okay, that was an exaggeration as it snows here maybe once every twenty years or so.
I don’t need a huge space. Nor, a pool. However, if I had a chance to live in Keith Jacobson’s home, featured in New York Magazine, I would.
A penthouse with views of the High Line? Yes.
An outdoor kitchen? Yes.
A full bathroom with an outdoor shower? Yes.
Designed by Francis D’Haene, founder of D’Apostrophe Design and his colleague, Patrocinio Binuya, this rooftop was almost too much for me to handle in my terrace-less state.
Yet, I still looked at the photos.
The landscape design was done by Miguel Pons.
Photos by David Allee
I’m glad they spared us photos of the cocktail bar.