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New Images of Herzog & de Meuron's Latest New York Condo Building

UPDATE: This article has been updated with the latest project information and new renderings.

Herzog & de Meuron has released new images of their latest project in New York, a 12-story condominium building at 160 Leroy Street with a curved concrete and glass facade. The project is their third major New York building in recent years, following another condo building at 56 Leonard Street and a hotel at 215 Chrystie Street, and once again features a concrete structure which is clearly expressed on the facade.

Featuring 49 luxury apartments, 160 Leroy Street is the latest in a series of developments which will upgrade Manhattan's West side, after former mayor Michael Bloomberg designated the area as the city's new 'Gold Coast'. The $250 million project is slated for completion in Fall 2016.

"It will be apparent when Ian Schrager's 160 Leroy building rises out of the ground that it was inspired by the philosophy of the great Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer—which Pritzker Prize winning architects Herzog & de Meuron used as a starting point in conceiving this original, new iconic structure," says the developer.

Updated design. Image © DBOX Updated design - courtyard from lobby. Image © DBOX Updated design - entrance. Image © DBOX Updated design - living room . Image © DBOX + 13

Zellwegerpark Uster / Herzog & de Meuron

© Erica Overmeer © Erica Overmeer © Erica Overmeer © Erica Overmeer + 7

Showroom  · 
Uster, Switzerland
  • architects Authors of this architecture project Herzog & de Meuron
  • Area Area of this architecture project
    6400.0 sqm
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2015

Herzog & de Meuron Designs New Vancouver Art Gallery

Herzog & de Meuron have unveiled plans for a new Vancouver Art Gallery. Aiming to become a "vibrant new cultural destination" that utilizes the last vacant lot in the City's downtown, the new 230-foot-tall facility will serve the Gallery's expanding collection, featuring work from local and international contemporary artists.

Designed as a stacked wooden structure whose bulk is lifted high above the street, the building is comprised of seven public levels that offer a range of uniquely sized galleries. Setbacks and overhangs respond directly to the context, framing views of the city and North Shore Mountains, while allowing light to filter down to the open-air courtyard below. 

Chäserrugg, Toggenburg / Herzog & de Meuron

© Katalin Deér © Katalin Deér © Katalin Deér © Katalin Deér + 5

Restaurant  · 
Alt St. Johann, Switzerland
  • Architects Authors of this architecture project Herzog & de Meuron
  • Area Area of this architecture project
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2015

Ricola Kräuterzentrum / Herzog & de Meuron

© Iwan Baan © Iwan Baan Courtesy of Ricola Courtesy of Ricola + 11

Warehouse  · 
Laufen, Switzerland
  • architects Authors of this architecture project Herzog & de Meuron
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2014

Slow Food Pavilion - Milan Expo 2015 / Herzog & de Meuron

© Marco Jetti © Marco Jetti © Marco Jetti © Marco Jetti + 10

Pavillion  · 
Milan, Italy
  • architects Authors of this architecture project Herzog & de Meuron
  • Area Area of this architecture project
    12589.0 ft2
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2015

Matmut Atlantique Stadium / Herzog & de Meuron

©  Iwan Baan
© Iwan Baan
Bordeaux, France
  • architects Authors of this architecture project Herzog & de Meuron
  • Area Area of this architecture project
    77090.0 sqm
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2015

© Francis Vigouroux ©  Iwan Baan ©  Iwan Baan © Francis Vigouroux + 9

Miu Miu Aoyama Store / Herzog & de Meuron

© Nacasa & Partners © Nacasa & Partners © Nacasa & Partners © Nacasa & Partners + 12

Store  · 
Tokyo, Japan
  • architects Authors of this architecture project Herzog & de Meuron
  • Area Area of this architecture project
    269.0 sqm
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2015

Milan Expo 2015: Herzog & de Meuron Designs Slow Food Pavilion for Carlo Petrini

Herzog & de Meuron have unveiled the design for their Slow Food Pavilion, due for completion by the 2015 Milan Expo in May. Showcasing the work of Carlo Petrini's Slow Food organization, the pavilion promotes the global organization's vision of universal access to "good, clean and fair food."

Sited on a triangular piece of land in the Eastern end of the Expo's central boulevard, the pavilion uses a a triangular configuration of tables to evoke what Herzog & de Meuron describe as "an atmosphere of refectory and market."

Herzog & de Meuron Designs 28-Story Luxury Tower for Manhattan

Herzog & de Meuron has teamed up with British designer John Pawson to design a 28-story tower for Manhattan’s Bowery district. The raw concrete tower, as developer Ian Schrager describes, will be designed as the “ultimate expression of Uptown meets Downtown.” Eleven luxury residences will top a 370-room hotel, all featuring open plans and mullionless floor-to-ceiling windows that frame unobstructed views of the city.

Arena do Morro / Herzog & de Meuron

© Iwan Baan © Iwan Baan © Iwan Baan © Iwan Baan + 6

Natal, Brazil
  • architects Authors of this architecture project Herzog & de Meuron
  • Area Area of this architecture project
    1964.0 sqm
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2014

Helvetia Commissions Herzog & de Meuron to Extend Headquarters

Herzog & de Meuron has been commissioned to design the fourth and final extension to Helvetia’s Head Office in St. Gallen. The new west wing will join three other structures, all of which share the same uniform facade treatment, to complete the insurance company’s headquarters and provide a prominent entrance, cafe, meeting rooms and additional office space.

Perez Art Museum / Herzog & de Meuron

Courtesy of Arcophotos © Daniel Azoulay © Oriol Tarridas © Oriol Tarridas + 14

Museum  · 
Miami, United States
  • Architects Authors of this architecture project Herzog & de Meuron
  • Area Area of this architecture project
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2013

Herzog & de Meuron Unveils Pedestrian-Centric City Center for Lyon Confluence

Block A3: west public transit. Image Courtesy of Herzog & de Meuron
Block A3: west public transit. Image Courtesy of Herzog & de Meuron

The Mayor of Lyon, France, has unveiled plans for a dense, mixed-use district planned for the Lyon Confluence. Masterplanned by Herzog & de Meuron, in collaboration with landscapist Michel Desvigne, the 35-hectare scheme will be the first plot developed in the second phase of a larger regeneration initiative that aims to “double the city-center” by reclaiming a massive, post-industrial site on the city’s central peninsula. Once complete, the second phase, known as “Ilot A3”, will provide more than 2,000 homes in a lush residential park and vibrant “market quarter.”

Herzog & de Meuron Skyscraper Unveiled for New Canary Wharf Development

London firm Allies and Morrison has submitted planning applications for a 9.23 hectare, mixed-use development east of London’s Canary Wharf. Dubbed “Wood Wharf,” the new neighborhood will include upwards of 3,000 homes, 240,000-square-meters of commercial office space, 100 retail outlets, hospitality and more - all interconnected by a 3.6 hectare network of public space.

A 56-story, cylindrical skyscraper designed by Herzog & de Meuron will be one of three residential buildings planned for the scheme’s first phase, designed in collaboration with Stanton Williams. Allies and Morrison, who provided the revised masterplan for Canary Wharf Group, will design the first two office blocks targeted at technology-based companies.

Kolkata Museum of Modern Art / Herzog & de Meuron

The Kolkata Museum of Modern Art (KMOMA), Herzog & de Meuron’s first project in India, has broken ground in the new district of Rajarhat. The new museum seeks to embrace the city’s renowned cultural past and ultimately transform it into India’s “Art City”. Programs ranging from high-end gallery and art restoration facilities, to artist studios and an outdoor performance theater aims to empower local artists so they may play a critical role in the evolution of their community.

AD Classics: The Tate Modern / Herzog & de Meuron

London’s Bankside Power Station stood disused from 1981 until 2000, when it opened to the public as The Tate Modern. Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron approached the conversion with a relatively light hand, creating a contemporary public space without diminishing the building's historical presence. The impressive cultural icon has since become the most visited museum of modern art in the world, revitalizing its formerly sequestered, industrial neighborhood.

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The Flinders Street Station Winning Proposal / HASSELL + Herzog & de Meuron

The winning proposal for the Flinders Street Station competition comes from HASSELL + Herzog & de Meuron. The design integrates the station with the surrounding urban context, which has evolved and changed significantly since the building was designed 100 years ago. The station concept draws from many aspects - the site's historic fabric, location, and linear nature; the original 19th century design and existing heritage fabric; the river and city edge, rail, public and river-based operations as well as the station's place within the city fabric and public realm. More images and architects' description after the break.