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Luxury Apartment Of The Cortland Interior Designers
The project is located at 555 West 22nd Street across from the Hudson River Park in West Chelsea.
Crafted inside a building created by Robert AM Stern Architects, this is Seattle-based Olson Kundig’s first multi-family project in the Big Apple – and the practice has employed all of its talent, sophistication, and rich, balanced aesthetic while building on context and the industrial heritage of the wider area.
Inside at The Cortland, they use a palette of wood, stone and metal materials and warm, natural colours. High ceilings, large openings and an open-plan arrangement enhance spatial generosity and maximize light in each living area.
The residences range from studios to five-bedroom homes, as well as a number of penthouses.
“Because of the materials Robert AM Stern Architects used for the exterior and the way the building is assembled, The Cortland has an almost handmade quality. An urban tower can feel scaleless and oversized, but this is a very human-scaled building, honoring the traditions of New York City and the craft of construction“, says Tom Kundig, owner and principal of Olson Kundig.
The Cortland interiors featured belong to an expansive residence with grand openings to long views of the cityscape and the site’s waterfront location in West Chelsea.
“When we use special material in The Cortland, we work to stretch it to its extent. So if we have a feature wood in a cabinet, we also pull that material language out to envelope an entire adjacent area. A material may go floor to ceiling, uninterrupted, extending beyond the constraints of physical space”, explains Kirsten Ring Murray, Olson Kundig design principal.
At The Cortland, you will find a variety of amenities that will be available to residents, such as a private lounge and dining space, an exhibition and performance space, as well as a variety of wellness options.