After triumphs including the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in DC, has finally designed a condominium tower in New York City, in collaboration with . offers 244 residences across 66 stories. “It was an opportunity to really play with and rethink vertical living,” Sir David Adjaye says. “My hope is that it might operate as a model for neighborhood-making within extreme density.” Adjaye reinterpreted Lower Manhattan’s traditional loft-style windows as loggias on upper levels, described as “a material way to offer an entirely new experience of the city.” The river-to-river views have surely never looked better.
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