Park Avenue Pied-à-Terre
New York City
Designed as a pied-a-terre for an art collector,the public spaces are opened up to allow the relaxed viewing of large scale pieces. Two large building service cores disrupted the middle of the footprint. Large white glass planes shift past each other in an asymetric layout. Spaces front to back are able to glide and flow past one another. The impact of the static cores is elimnated while the depth of the white glass subtly creates depth at the interior.