NYC’s residential real estate development is a global empire to be reckoned with, as well as are the visionaries leading its way – Selldorf Architects are one of them.
Selldorf Architects is a 65-person architectural design practice founded by Annabelle Selldorf in New York City in 1988.
This Top Interior Designer designed the exteriors and interiors of prominent luxe residential buildings, including Noho’s amazing 10 Bond Street.
Spanning a mere two city blocks, Bond Street is one of New York’s most history-laden thoroughfares.
Since its founding in 1805, the street has had numerous incarnations: It was the fashionable home to some of the city’s most prominent founding families, a hub for manufacturers and a haven for controversial artists.
This new 34,000 square-feet residential building makes a strong contribution to New York’s NoHo neighborhood, The modern design resonates with the surrounding historic buildings by echoing their low-rise scale, regular rhythm of structural bays, large windows, and highly crafted facades.
Terracotta, a material traditionally used to create architectural ornament, forms 10 Bond Street’s distinctive exterior.
Selldorf Architects imagined 10 Bond through the lens of the neighborhood’s rich architectural history, drawing inspiration from the cast iron architecture of the immediate area.
Selldorf has incorporated exterior blinds to gently diffuse the morning and afternoon light.
Given its unique corner position and oversized windows, residents have generous views of historic Bond and Lafayette Streets.
Graceful modernism interpreted for contemporary living is the hallmark of Selldorf Architects’ residential work. And the 10 Bond Street is the living proof of that.
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