Design | Sep 6, 2016
30 Warren, a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan
30 Warren, a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan

30 Warren is a luxury condo project transforming an entire block front in Manhattan’s coveted Tribeca neighborhood.

Today´s article will be a little bit different from what you guys are used to. The focus on contemporary lighting will be smaller because this apartment is brightened by natural lighting, as you will see in the pictures but we just could not show you this amazing project.

30 Warren, a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan luxury condo 30 Warren, a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan 30 WarrenDesigned by French architect Francois Leininger of Post-Office Architects, 30 Warren houses 23 design-forward residences with a clean and refreshing Tribeca aesthetic with distinctly modern layouts. Bravo to Mr. Leininger and his team! The exciting young architecture firm met in the office of Pritzker-prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel, where they have a combined experience of more than three decades. With so many experience and vision, was expectable that something with this elegance and presence could be built.luxury condo 30 Warren, a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan dl heritage 750SEE ALSO:ESTABLISHMENT’S CONTEMPORARY LIGHTING PROJECT IN CAPE TOWN30 Warren, a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan luxury condo 30 Warren, a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan 30 Warren a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan 330 Warren is one of the only New York City projects to feature a rare, custom-fabricated concrete ductal façade. This textured concrete is lightweight, yet durable, and enhances the building’s overall design aesthetic. The ductal slabs are less than an inch thick but the innovative composure of this concrete enables it to be strong and protective with high-strength fibers. The concrete also allows the sun to shine and reflect on the walls of the building, which gives it a specially beautiful bright shade. When the sun is shining the building appears to gain an aura due to the luminosity that is being transmitted.

30 Warren, a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan (luxury condo) luxury condo 30 Warren, a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan 30 Warren a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan 130 Warren’s thoughtfully crafted architectural façade is punctuated by generously proportioned picture windows that will offer each residence incredible light, air, and views. The southern façade features two setbacks yielding views of the Manhattan skyline and the river. Additionally, several of the stepped levels are planted with mature trees to filter views and provide a welcome taste of nature. It´s a very “zen” building and easy on the eye, plus the luminosity is amazingly graceful and transmit a young, relaxing and smooth vibe to the apartments on 30 Warren Street.

30 Warren, a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan 2 luxury condo 30 Warren, a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan 30 Warren a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan 2The residences at 30 Warren consist of one- to three-bedroom homes ranging in size from approximately 1,000 to over 2,500 square feet, with prices ranging from approximately $2 million to $8 million.luxury condo 30 Warren, a Luxury Condo in the Heart of Manhattan eh view collection 750SOURCE: 30 WARREN

SEE ALSO: ESTABLISHMENT’S CONTEMPORARY LIGHTING PROJECT IN CAPE TOWN

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