Robb Report: The Condos in This NYC Luxury Tower Will Have Self-Irrigating Gardens

Press 01.19.2022
Flatiron House loggia gardens.
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Via the Robb Report:

On the outside, the building features a limestone and bronze facade, giving it an immediate sense of warmth. The interiors mirror that sentiment, featuring bronze and walnut details. Since Cookfox designed the property with biophilic principals in mind, it imagined the homes as a sort of serene refuge from the hustle and bustle of the city just beyond.

“Even with these big, beautiful windows, we wanted acoustic isolation,” says Rick Cook, one of the principals at Cookfox. “Part of the definition of luxury and comfort and quality is also quiet. So the windows and window assembly are designed to perform at a very high level.” Residents will be centrally located in Manhattan, but you won’t be hearing much of the outside noise–even while those in uppermost part of the Tower can enjoy views of Madison Square Garden just beyond.

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