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“Context Development Inc. allowed her to customize the penthouse from scratch in creating what she calls a floor-to-ceiling glass house.”
“The pieces are described as "floor-to-ceiling columnar forms - made of scraps of fabrics, fur, feathers, leather, plastic, hair and metal from more than 25 years of fashion collections - erase the past.”
“As she passed the floor-to-ceiling window at the elevator bank, she could see that the earlier drizzle had turned into a hard, driving rainstorm.”
“The door opened to a gigantic apartment with magnificent floor-to-ceiling windows that boasted a view of the harbor as well as the planetarium, which had been taken over and decorated for Russia House.”
“With only the moon casting its light through the rows of floor-to-ceiling stained-glass windows, the stonework glittered like jewels.”
“The former Grace space has been reworked whimsically, so the chandeliers are like orange sea creatures 'anemones' is what Penny McTaggart called them, while the massive floor-to-ceiling bar has a ladder to let the bartender reach the top bottles.”
“Four Communications The living room has floor-to-ceiling windows.”
“A wide, corridor-like lobby hugs nearly half a block along 119th Street, with floor-to-ceiling glass walls.”
“The 420-square foot cabin had surprisingly ample storage space too, with a walk-in closet large enough for suitcases without having to wedge them under the bed and floor-to-ceiling racks to keep shoes out of the way.”
“After sundown, I board the Aqua, Mr. Zugaro's steel hulled riverboat, which Peruvian designer Jordi Puig reconfigured to contain 12 guest cabins with floor-to-ceiling windows, cherry-wood floors and slate-clad bathrooms.”
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