Herzog & de Meuron designs curving NYC luxury apartments

The 160 Leroy building will have 49 luxury homes, along with a white concrete façade covered with large windows.

November 19, 2015 |

Renderings via Dezeen

Herzog & de Meuron designed a curving concrete luxury apartment complex that will overlook the Hudson River in New York’s West Village.

The 160 Leroy building will have 49 luxury homes, along with a white concrete façade covered with large windows, reports Dezeen. The homes were designed to have ample wall space, tall ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, and high-end furniture, and custom lighting.

Residents walk through an arched entraceway to reach a courtyard that contains a willow tree, boxwood hedges, and lawns. The lobby, described as “jewel box-like,” will feature glass walls and fluted mahogany panels. The lobby leads to a recreation lounge, clubhouse, gourmet restaurant, gym, and swimming pool and spa.

Herzog & de Meuron worked with developer Ian Schrager on the project.

 

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