[...] meticulous planning earned Veer Towers gold certification from Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design. A split-level floor plan separates the bedroom suites, affording considerable privacy in the contemporary building. Towers in the middle of a desert do not receive much protection from the sun, so designers focused their efforts on absorbing and deflecting light. Yellow screens peppered across the building’s eastern, southern and western facades combat the sun while providing the towers with a dramatic checkerboard aesthetic. The permeable layer helps cool the buildings by allowing heat to escape, while natural light provides most of the illumination necessary. No ‘theming’ but architecture based on urban responsibility, functional efficiency, simple and elegant form, technical refinement and environmental responsibility. World-class dining and entertainment await on all sides and the unit’s floor-to-ceiling windows frame 270-degree views. Gaggenau appliances outfit the chef’s kitchen as sandstone flooring spans the residence. Each bedroom within the split-level floor plan includes an en suite spa bathroom and the penthouse includes a powder room as well.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
MAY 22, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - ABOVE ALL CEILINGS, LLC
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