Spire introduces a first-look into the pinnacle of luxury living in Seattle with its new penthouse video. Combining indoor and outdoor living with graciously proportioned spaces, elevated craftsmanship and breathtaking panoramic views, the video illustrates what daily life might look like gracing the Seattle skies from inside a home on Level 39.
The highly anticipated penthouse collection was launched over the summer with nine residences that highlight views of the Seattle skyline, Puget Sound and the Olympic and Cascade Mountains. Three model homes, designed by the award-winning interior design and art curation firm AubreyMaxwell, made their debut. One of the models quickly sold fully-furnished – a testament to the appealing aesthetic of the model design! Just eight penthouse residences remain for purchase at Spire. Two of these are penthouse models that are now available for prospective buyers to tour and dream of life on Level 39.
Inspired by the incredible views of the water, the landscape and the ever-changing sky, AubreyMaxwell designed each space to honor that view of the outside environment as a key part of the experience of each home. Collaborating with artist and furniture maker Jonathan Anzalone, the design team created a series of four unique pieces for Spire’s three penthouse model home interiors.
Photo by AubreyMaxwell
Reclaimed Douglas Fir timbers in their natural color were used in the design of a large coffee table which was paired with a B&B Italia sofa designed by Patricia Urquiola.
“Our intention was to infuse raw nature into the space in sculptural form, and to add the impact of a one-of-a-kind custom piece in the central living area” says Robbie McMillan, Owner / Lead Designer & Art Advisor of AubreyMaxwell.
Designing three homes in the Spire penthouse collection, each with a different character profile for the imagined residents, a neutral palette and modern lines help to define the serene environment of one home designed with a fashionable mature couple in mind. Next door, the homeowners love to entertain in spaces enlivened by colorful walls and a somewhat retro vibe. And in the third home, a young family celebrates life with friends in their casual contemporary style with warm modern accents.
“All three homes were designed in unison to help illustrate the diverse range of ways to live at Spire, a crossroads for everyone that calls Seattle home,” says Robbie McMillan.
“Our design ethos is all about intention and connection. Every decision we make must first address a necessary intention in the design of a space. Intention in the functional flow of how a body moves through and exists in a space. Intention in the way we interact with the architecture and leave room for the enjoyment of art. And then connection layers on to the more rational aspects of intention. Incorporating objects, materials and art that possess individual power. Only allowing pieces into the design which draw the eye, invite the body and delight the spirit.”
Spire penthouse features include 10-ft. ceilings, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances along with fireplaces and deep soaking tubs in select residences. Adding to the modern, seamless style throughout, each bathroom boasts natural stone flooring and walls, a sleek way to start any day. European inspired floating vanities feature undercabinet lighting paired with natural stone countertops with modern undermount sink and Robern™ lit medicine cabinets and mirrors. Each penthouse at Spire includes parking in the building’s fully-automated parking system – the first in Seattle, with state-of-the-art computer-controlled system that automatically parks cars for residents within a matter of minutes and without a driver in the vehicle.
You are invited to tour the eight remaining residences in the penthouse collection. Starting at $1.2 million for a 677-sq.-ft. one-bedroom penthouse home to over $4 million for a spacious, 2,616-sq.-ft. three-bedroom penthouse, the collection of one- and three-bedroom penthouse homes are located on Level 39, with additional premium view corner penthouses on Levels 35-38.
Standing 41-stories, like an exclamation point in the Seattle skyline, Spire is the closest high rise to the iconic Space Needle. Located at the epicenter of Seattle’s gourmet dining, arts and culture venues and world-class attractions, it is home to a range of luxurious amenities, like a dramatic two-story lobby with on-site café, co-working spaces, a top-floor fitness center and movement studios, a 24-hour concierge, a private theater and the Spire Club at Level 40 with indoor/outdoor terraces.
We’d be delighted to take you on a private in-person or virtual tour of Spire’s penthouse collection today to experience the extraordinary design which highlights the intimate connection between elevated living and Seattle’s unique landscape. Call 206.494.0094 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for your appointment.