The design of 250 Bowery, a 40,000 square foot condominium building in the Bowery, New York’s newest hub of art, fashion, restaurants, and design, reflects the industrial character of the neighbourhood.
“The tradition of the Bowery as a commercial street and the proximity to Soho, an iconic cast-iron area, were the deciding factors in 250 Bowery’s contemporary warehouse design.” says AA Studio.
“The exterior of the building is square shaped with a gridded façade made of alucobond, a versatile composite aluminum paneling system that looks similar to steel. The front of the building features large gridded windows, divided into nine panes and operable with a tilt.”
“The interiors consist of two floors of high-end commercial space and six floors of luxury condominiums ranging from studios to three bedroom duplex penthouses. The residences are elegant and functional, with top-of-the-line imported appliances, floor to ceiling windows, and open loft style layouts.”