New York City is the most inspiring place in the world. Also known as the Big Apple, this city is bursting with culture, art, luxury and a cosmopolitan lifestyle that will make you see things in a different way – the experience of a lifetime. Today we’re giving you a little taste from FX Collaborative contribution to the NYC experience, with these Modern Interior Designs
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This New York mixed-use development has 55 residential units with sweeping city views and a fifth-floor that includes a landscaped amenity terrace, library, lounge, and fitness area. The 24-story tower’s banded, brick-and-window façade is a modern take on the streamlined aesthetics of the 1930s—a reference to nearby former factories and retailers.
“The Forge” is a 38-story residential tower located on a quiet, tree-lined cul-de-sac in Long Island City, Queens, presents an appealing alternative: high-end units enhanced by a range of amenities and convenient access to public transportation. Drawing from the industrial heritage and artistic spirit of Long Island City, the Forge is clad with a warm, vibrant mix of materials including anodized aluminum, which lends texture and dimension alongside glazed expanses.
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Designed to appear more opaque from the east, the faceted façade harmonizes with the adjacent rows of townhouses and small apartment buildings. The façade opens to the west so many of the two- and three-bedroom apartments capture views of a park at the corner of Tenth Avenue and the Hudson River beyond.
THE GREENWICH LANE
The design weaves new and old together using an architectural vocabulary inspired by the Village including brick, stone, metal trim, and vertically proportioned windows.
7770 NORFOLK AVENUE
Crisp, white metal panels wrap the building’s façade and are juxtaposed against glass railings and textured bronze panels as a monument to modern styling and urban sustainability. The building is diagrammatically organized into two primary elements. A slender vertical frame floats above the ground-floor lobby and retail, providing the building’s primary identity and culminating in the large outdoor amenity space at its top, a destination seen from the street below, and a frame for the view from above.
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