Architect

SHoP Architects

Year of Completion

2009

Client

Cardinal Investments

Material of interest

Masonry

Material Used

Bricks

Material Properties

A zoning district requirement specifying a masonry enclosure for the two street walls created an opportunity to respond directly to the Puck Building, one of New York’s most recognizable masonry buildings. We then focused the idea on the reinterpretation of local laws and regulations with a contemporary response to masonry construction and detailing that doesn’t attempt to imitate the past.

Application

Exterior Facade

Climate

Humid Subtropical Climate

Environmental Response

Local material & Durable

Keywords

Brick, New York, residential, Condominium

Location

New York City, NY

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Date submitted

2013

Disciplines

Architecture

290 Mulberry Condominiums

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