NBK Apartment by Bernard Khoury

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Covering badass bachelor pads on a regular basis, it takes a lot for us to get excited when it comes to apartments. Well that’s exactly what architect Bernard Khoury was able to do with the amazing NBK Residence.

The famous Lebanese architect has designed a contender for the greatest bachelor pad of all time. Located in Beirut, this 3-level abode spans a massive 4,000 square foot, and includes 5 bedrooms along with 7 bathrooms. The dwelling is located on the ninth and final floor of the building, allowing amazing views from the rooftop swimming pool, and towering windows found all throughout. Our favorite part is the main level, where a floor to ceiling library is met with a steel grating bridge circling the entire living space.

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