A Luxury Boutique Hotel located in the heart of Palm Beach. A new England Development project reimagined and renovated by Elkus Manfredi Architects.The 32 suites, rooms and Lobby contain a carefully curated collection of over 132 works of art. Artists in the collection include Robert Rauschenberg, Richard Serra, Christopher LeBrun, Jennifer Bartlett, Clare Woods and Yinka Shonibare just to name a few.
One Broadway, Cambridge, Massachusetts an Elkus Manfredi Architects project. It was awarded the IIDA 2020 Best in Central New England for its unique departure from traditional lobby design. One Broadway introduces a vibrant, welcoming space for people to connect, collaborate and recharge.
A Samuels & Associates project. Built in 1929 for Sears, Roebuck and Company, reimagined in 2019 by Elkus Manfredi Architects. 401 Park has become the heart of Boston's most vibrant and dynamic neighborhoods. Where history meets modern day spirit. Where visionaries work, foodies dine and the city comes together.
Urban Rattle holds the distinction of being the only permanent work of art at the High Line in New York. A 20ft tall abstract sculpture by American artist, Charlie Hewitt, commissioned by Equity Residential for their new development project Ten23. With over 3 million visitors to this Park in the Sky, Urban Rattle has become an iconic part of the High Line.
This Equity Residential project is a thoughtful blend of historic and modern luxury in D.C.'s Mount Vernon Triangle. Hickock Cole Architects preserved the existing structures from 1896 and complimented them with sleek residential towers in glass and brick. A signature of this property is the installation of the bold selections of contemporary art that compliment the historic brick interiors and create a bespoke, sophisticated environment.
A Baker Vilar design for Equity Residential in San Francisco's tech-heavy SOMA/Design District. Features 3 interconnected six-story buildings providing 449 apartments. A massive colorful blown glass installation welcomes you into the main lobby and leasing office space. Highlighted with beautiful lighting this installation is visible from the street for all passersby to enjoy.
A Toll Brothers City Living project in New York City. This 19 story structure was designed in collaboration by Skidmore Owings & Merrill and Hill West Architects with Whitehall Interiors overseeing the buildings interior design. The interior courtyard is a private oasis for residents in the heart of TriBeca. A site specific sculpture by artist, John Clement, weightlessly floats within an infinity edge pool. The lobby features a 9ft painting by Cuban American artist, Emilio Perez, while the amenity space includes the playful works of emerging artist, Timmy Sneaks.
Designed by renowned Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas and OMA, their studio specializes in ensuring even the mightiest of projects is integrated into its surroundings. Toll Brothers City Living was inspired to commission site-specific sculptures for both its interior and exterior to create a unique merger of art and architecture.
A Toll Brothers City Living project designed by Pritzker Prize Winner Christian dePortzamparc. Chic
An Equity Residential Project. Located in Washington D.C.'s vibrant NoMa neighborhood
A Toll Brothers City Living project designed by architects Rogers Marvels
Built in 1881 reimagined in 2019 by Pritzker Prizer winning architect Shigeru Ban. A stunning example of 19th century cast iron architecture. Shiguru Ban respected its historic detailing but re- envisioned its interior volumes and created two glass and steel penthouses that represent a cast iron house for the modern era.
New York and Equity Residential project located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The 20 story exoskeleton building was designed by Handel Architects