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150 Charles Street

Situation

In one of the most expensive areas of Manhattan, at West Village, an apartment complex, timelessly maintains its urban character, highlighting at the same time the excessive luxury life of its residents, who stand out among the world's celebrities. 

Challenge

On one hand, the predominant imposing volume of the building is impressive, while on the other, the setback of its gradations, offers an unobstructed view of the Hudson River as well as “Hudson River Park”, preserving the romantic character of the neighborhood. From the lowest level of the abandoned Whitehall warehouse to the highest panoramic flats, contemporary architectural approach and detailed engineering study ensure the preservation of the industrial character, as it combines the bricked façade and exposed concrete with the minimal finish of the large glass surfaces which serve as a unifying element of the external and internal environment.

Project identity
Country
US
City
New York
Area
150 Charles Street
Year
2015
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