NEW YORK | 450 11th Avenue | 642 FT | 51 FLOORS

I can’t wait to take pictures of the completed facade across the Hudson when the sun sets. The angled panels will make for some interesting reflections.

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Thanks for the photos, great job. it will certainly be an interesting, much photographed building when done. Unfortunately, the serpentine shape originally rendered, would have made it more so.

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Nice shots and this’ll look good once all the glass is installed!

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The curvy building as rendered obviously needed to be Value Engineered: but this final result still looks quite nice.

The DSN Design Group has done an excellent job with the final design despite the need to use a more conventional rectilinear core structure.

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This building is very beautiful up close. I just love how the windows are so haphazard. I just wish it was taller or wider because it disappears into the mass of the surrounding buildings from a distance.

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Pics by Michael Young

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Credit: Gary Hershorn

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Looks so tiny next to those behemoths.

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I’m loving this one. We need more towers around the world that play with natural light like this, which is why you see that in most of my conceptual designs. That is also why I love the W in Philly, seriously can’t wait to see the cladding complete on this

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TK2000–I agree. Went by there recently and the facade is fascinating. It really does play great games with light, shadow, and reflections.

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The overall form of the building is quite basic; but the visual effect of those glass panels make for a visually stunning work of Architecture.

The use of color, texture and pattern on the facade of a building is sometimes all that is needed to make a work of Architecture go from merely ‘good’ to ‘better/best’.

I would have preferred to see something closer to the original rendering: but this is fine… :star_struck:

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