“Rockwall”, an apartment built to capture spectacular views, and this apartment does just that. Home to a single, contemporary lady, the original interior was stripped back to raw concrete and a new apartment was build.

It was to be the clients 'dream pad', comfortable, tailored and very personal. From the entry lobby with it’s crushed mother of pearl wall covering, it’s fully computerized cabinetry in the kitchen (no handles, just touch and the computor is programmed to open all draws and cupboards and then automatically close them) to the master suite built against a wall of glass 20 floors high and capturing the sun and view, every aspect was driven by design.

The pallet is a blend of parchment silk carpet, coffee walls and dark walnut blending with bronze mirror and nickel to give a total “streamline” effect - more a jet then an apartment.

Furnishings where all custom made to sit within the limited space and art was a collection offabulous mid 20th century American art form Warhol to Sultan.

A real “jet-set pad”.