New York, USA, 2007
A 20 story residential building in TriBeCa, New York City. Five Franklin place pays homage to TriBeCa's iconic cast-iron aesthetic, with a facade constructed from reflective black metal bands of varying widths. This facade treatment offers privacy with maximum light and views within each residence. The metal bands twist like ribbons, wrapping Five Franklin Place with terraces and balconies, employing this decorative element as a functional tool.
The interiors of the 55 residences are designed in three distinct apartment types: Loft Residences, City Residences and Sky Penthouses, each with their own distinct architectural features, colour palate and choice of materials.
Client: Sleepy Hudson LLC, New York
Program: 55 apartments, recreational and commercial facilities
Building surface: 134,644 sq. ft.
Building site: 50 ft. x 150 ft.
Building Height: 210 ft.
Ben van Berkel, Caroline Bos, Gerard Loozekoot with Wouter de Jonge and Holger Hoffmann, Kristin Sandner, Jack Chen, Miklos Deri, Christian Hoeller, Nanang Santoso, Derrick Diporedjo, Erwin Horstmanshof, Colette Parras, Stefan Nors Jensen, Jesca de Vries
Local Executive Architect: Montroy Andersen DeMarco LLP,NY
Construction Management: Leeds United Construction,NY
Façade Consultant: Gilsanz Murray Steficek LLP, NY
Brand Development: Pentagram, New York, NY
Public Relations & Promotion: Andrea Schwan Inc., New York, NY
Exclusive Marketing & Sales: Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group,New York, NY Visualizations: ArchPartners, New York, NY