40 Bond is Herzog & de Meuron's first apartment building in New York. The building’s use, mass and volume was negotiated with New York officials over several years, planned from 2004 - 2005 and realized from 2006 - 2007. Herzog & de Meuron's idea for the design of 28 condominiums was to stack two distinct typologies for living - the townhouse and the apartment block. Its design is a reinvention of the cast-iron building found through NoHo and SoHo. The structure of the building is pushed to the exterior and follows the grid of the large floor-to-ceiling window bays. Characteristic for the building is the curved glass cover which wraps over the structure and can be read as a continuation of the windowpanes, as well as the heavy cast aluminium graffiti gate which acts as a physical barrier, as well as a visual screen.
Philip Schmerbeck, Associate and Project Director, at Herzog & de Meuron's New York office will lead the visit. Recently he has been working on the Parrish Art Museum which will be open this Fall.
Reservations must be made in advance
40 Bond Street New York City, NY 10012