New renderings have been revealed of Tadao Ando’s first project in New York City, a luxury residential building known as 152 Elizabeth Street, that show the interiors of its exclusive multi-story penthouse for the first time.
Recently sold with an asking price of $35 million, the penthouse unit consists of 5,603 square feet of indoor area and 3,240 square feet of outdoor space across three levels, including 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. Interiors, designed by Gabellini Sheppard Associates, feature high-end finishes, such as in the custom spiral staircase constructed from Pietra Cardosa stone, glass and satin steel. Other materials include wide plank Danish oak flooring by Dinesen, Eucalyptus wood cabinetry, several types of stone, and Ando’s most well-associated material, concrete.
Being developed by Sumaida + Khurana, 152 Elizabeth topped out early this year and is now on the market. Check out the available floorplans and a teaser video on the building’s official site, here.
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Tadao Ando's first residential building in New York City-152 Elizabeth-has topped out in Manhattan's Nolita neighborhood. A collaboration with architect and designer Michael Gabellini of Gabellini Sheppard Associates, as well as developer Sumaida + Khurana, the project will feature Ando's hallmarks, poured-in-place concrete, burnished, metal, voluminous glass, and a living green wall.
"A living space should be a sanctuary. It has to be a place where you can reflect on your life." - Tadao Ando NOWN...
Tadao Ando has unveiled his first New York building. An "ultra-luxury" condominium project known as 152 Elizabeth Street, the 32,000-square-foot building will replace an existing parking lot with a concrete structure comprised of seven residences - all of which will be "treated as custom homes" and "individually configured."
Tadao Ando has unveiled designs of his latest project, a 7 story luxury residential project in Manhattan. The building at 152 Elizabeth Street is Ando's first in New York, and includes his signature design features of simple cubic forms, polished in-situ concrete and curtain glass.