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Pier 17 / SHoP Architects

  • 11:00 - 9 August, 2018
Pier 17 / SHoP Architects
Pier 17 / SHoP Architects, © Ty Cole
© Ty Cole

Courtesy of SHoP Architects © Ty Cole © Ty Cole © Ty Cole + 15

        • Structural Engineer

          Buro Happold
        • MEP Engineer

          Schnackel Engineers
        • Lighting Consultant

          L’observatoire International
        • Landscape Architect

          Field Operations
        • Acoustic Consultant

        • Code Consultant

          CCI Code Consultnats
        • Construction Manager

          Hunter Roberts
        • Facade Consultant

          RA Heingtes & Associates. Enclos
        • Civil Engineer

          Langan Engineers
        • Ancillary Pier Engineer

          McLaren Engineering Group
        • More Specs Less Specs
        © Ty Cole
        © Ty Cole

        Text description provided by the architects. SHoP’s design for the new Pier 17 at the South Street Seaport re-imagines the mall to create a mix of boutique and a large restaurant and retail spaces. The new design echoes the typical New York streetscape, with smaller individual structures housing shops and restaurants, separated by open-air pedestrian thoroughfares.

        C. Taylor Crothers Photography, Courtesy of Bendheim
        C. Taylor Crothers Photography, Courtesy of Bendheim
        Site Plan
        Site Plan
        © Ty Cole
        © Ty Cole

        Two large floors stretch out above the small shops as a roof, each measuring 60,000 sqf. Enormous glass garage-style doors descend in bad weather to seal in the lower levels of the complex, offering protection from the elements but still opening up previously blocked views of the Brooklyn Bridge.

        South Elevation
        South Elevation
        © Ty Cole
        © Ty Cole
        East Elevation
        East Elevation

        The new Pier 17 will completely transform the existing building into a vibrant destination which builds on Lower Manhattan’s commercial resurgence, continued residential growth, and evolution into a 24/7 live/work/play community.

        Courtesy of SHoP Architects
        Courtesy of SHoP Architects

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        Cite: "Pier 17 / SHoP Architects" 09 Aug 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
        © Ty Cole

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