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207 West 79th Street Apartments / Morris Adjmi Architects

02:00 - 18 May, 2019
207 West 79th Street Apartments / Morris Adjmi Architects, © Jimi Billingsley
© Jimi Billingsley

© Donna Dotan © Donna Dotan © Field Condition © Field Condition + 14

837 Washington Commercial Office Building / Morris Adjmi Architects

17:00 - 23 April, 2019
837 Washington Commercial Office Building / Morris Adjmi Architects, © Timothy Schenck
© Timothy Schenck

© Timothy Schenck © Timothy Schenck © Timothy Schenck Courtesy of Morris Adjmi Architects + 9

Atlantic Plumbing Building / Morris Adjmi Architects

13:00 - 13 April, 2019
© Alan Karchmer
© Alan Karchmer

© Matthew Williams © Matthew Williams © Alan Karchmer © Matthew Williams + 13

The Standard New Orleans / Morris Adjmi Architects

13:00 - 29 June, 2018
The Standard New Orleans / Morris Adjmi Architects, © Neil Alexander
© Neil Alexander

© Neil Alexander © Neil Alexander © Neil Alexander © Neil Alexander + 34

Morris Adjmi Architects Unveils Gothic-Inspired NYC Residential Skyscraper

08:00 - 1 November, 2017
Morris Adjmi Architects Unveils Gothic-Inspired NYC Residential Skyscraper, Courtesy of Morris Adjmi Architects
Courtesy of Morris Adjmi Architects

New York City’s latest full-floor luxury apartments are officially for sale in Morris Adjmi Architects’ first ever residential tower, 30 E 31. At 500 feet tall and 40 stories, this building will feature 42 one- and two-bedroom homes with a duplex penthouse—with prices ranging anywhere from $1.65 to $12 mil. Located in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood, the building's design draws from its Gothic context. On the facade, 6 columns emphasize the skyscraper's verticality and at the top of the building turn into a diagrid pattern reminiscent of a barrel-vaulted ceiling.