The third floor of the triplex is very unusual – it’s a combined bathroom/bedroom.
Inside, the Delta is actually set up as two separate homes. A 345 sq. ft. studio apartment with a combined kitchen, sleeping area and dining area occupies the second floor and the third, fourth and fifth floors comprise a triplex residence. For more photos and details of the interiors, which have been hooked up with transforming furniture, recycled materials, IKEA furniture, Samsung electronics, Sharp appliances, and lots built-in storage, click through our photo gallery.
If you’re interested in seeing what its like to live in NYC’s first self-powered home, you’ll have the opportunity to do so starting next month, when it will be opened as a bed and breakfast to showcase Voltaic Solaire’s ethos of philanthropy and sustainability. “The units will be available late-August for daily rental, at the rate of $150-200 for the studio and $275-350 for the triplex,” Mark Robinson, COO of Voltaic Solaire, told us.
For more photos of the Delta’s interior finishes, power-generating tech and views of downtown Manhattan, don’t forget to click through our photo gallery.
Photos © Yuka Yoneda