(Source: Photographed by Sean Litchfield for Homepolish.)
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Square footage in a city like New York is hard to come by. This much we know is true. Even in the most stunning of apartment dwellings, excess space is a rarity for most, if not all, who call the Big Apple home.

Enter Homepolish design team Anna Kroesser and Amelia Strat of Kroesser + Strat. Tasked with the mythical job of reinventing an expansive live-work apartment based in New York's trendy NoHo district. With three bedrooms, multiple dining area, a contemporary kitchen, and two dynamic living rooms, the duo had plenty of work cut out for them.

"Obviously, having such enormous, wide-open space is amazing, especially in New York City, but we had to be careful to fill the rooms with furniture of the right size and scale, so that they felt complete," says Strat. "We had to make sure the rooms were not bare and lacking, but also unlike a formal showroom with chair after chair, after chair."

Upon entry, the space is staggering. A wide-open, 360-degree rooftop, offers the ultimate plein air entertaining area for the avid host, set among a glittering city skyline. Migrate inside and the floor-to-ceiling windows flood the penthouse with light. It's safe to say you're spoiled with space. Want to take the full tour? Read ahead to explore the expansive pad.

Anthropologie Sofa; Anthropologie Rug; Apparatus Studio Coffee Table; Lulu & Georgia Side Tables; Pop & Scott Assorted Planters.